One of the most popular female wrestlers on the independent circuit has now just become a doctor, according to Ringside News.

Independent wrestler Britt Baker is no stranger to the WWE world. In fact, her boyfriend in Adam Cole is the current North American Champion within the yellow brand, as his partners hold the NXT Tag Team Championship.

Baker, who is scheduled for The Bullet Club’s All In show later this year, has now achieved yet another milestone in her growing career.

Baker has graduated from her school and is now a dentist. While she will remain an active wrestler for the foreseeable future, it is nice to know she always has a backup plan in case she ever had to retire from in-ring competition.

Check out what she had to say about graduating on Twitter:

From Wrestling Rumors, we would like to congratulate the Superstar. We hope she makes her way to WWE for the second Mae Young Classic later this year.

 Check out Baker taking on Nia Jax on Raw:

Nia Jax vs. a local competitor: Raw, July 25, 2016

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