Published: Mon, October 30, 2017
Health Care | By Alberto Manning

Summer Rae comments on her sudden WWE release

Summer Rae comments on her sudden WWE release

NXT star Lio Rush is said to already have heat on him for a rather insensitive tweet about Emma only moments after she was released by WWE.

On Sunday, WWE made the announcement that they had come to terms on the releases of three superstars. Most recently, Emma had a pair of matches with the newly-debuted Asuka at the TLC pay-per-view and the following night on Monday Night Raw.

All questions regarding the former WWE Superstar's future in the professional wrestling industry will be answered in the days to come.

Since Summerslam, Emma has had arguably the most prolific main roster run of her career. He debuted on the main roster in 2010 as part of The Nexus but returned to NXT when the faction fell apart.

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During a set of matches where she was expected to be squashed, Emma was surprisingly competitive in defeat versus Asuka.

Emma, genuine name Tenille Dashwood, started her WWE profession in Florida Championship Wrestling, the WWE's formative framework at the time. After an incident that led to her doing community service, WWE briefly released her in 2014.

Summer Rae has been out of WWE action for well over a year.

He participated in the main period of NXT, which was at first organized as an opposition in which NXT new kids on the block, who were combined with WWE veterans, contended to acquire a WWE get; Young's genius was previous WWE champion CM Punk. She suffered an injury in 2016 and never appeared on TV again. Young suffered an injury earlier this year and plans for whatever creative push he would have were halted.

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