Doudrop 'Heartbroken' Over Eva Marie Being Released, Hopes It Won't Be The Last She's Seen In WWE

Doudrop's first appearance on WWE television came alongside Eva Marie.

Eva Marie's last match in WWE came against Doudrop.

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Eva was released by WWE on November 4, ending her second tenure with the company. Eva was linked with Doudrop, who was introduced as her protege before the two split, during her entire second run and Eva's release hurt the former Piper Niven.

"Honestly, I’m absolutely heartbroken because that woman is a big sister to me," Doudrop told Alistair McGeorge of Metro. "Behind the scenes, she is the nicest person you will ever meet… Every single person, she’s got a funny story with them. I just love her so much. I hope it’s not the last we’ve seen of her in WWE, I think she’s amazing. When you see her in real life, you’re like… you’re amazing at being a heel. But time will tell – who knows what will happen in this crazy world? I feel like everything that has been thrown at me, I’ve knocked out of the park – especially being with Eva. She obviously has been here before so for me it was a bit calming to have someone that had the experience, and who could guide me."

Doudrop was a finalist in the WWE Queen's Crown Tournament, but ultimately lost to Zelina Vega. She was not named to the Women's WWE Survivor Series team.

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