Details On Sarray's WWE Departure

Tokyo Sport has reported that Sarray is leaving WWE, and becoming Saree again.

Fightful Select was able to confirm the report, including that Sarray has bookings elsewhere. However, WWE has yet to comment to our numerous inquiries about her in an official capacity. Since word emerged that she'd be leaving WWE imminently. We've learned more.

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We're told the beginning of the end was actually early in 2022, when many of her biggest supporters were let go from NXT. Sources within the brand said that she never factored into a consistent or major creative fashion after that. We're told by the spring of 2022, that the writing was on the wall. William Regal's departure was one that many pointed to as a turning point.

Those who frequent the Performance Center said that she hadn't been around in "ages," and weren't given any answers when they'd ask about her. It was widely accepted within the company that the creative given to her was outright bad.

Those within the company said that Sarray took great pride in helping Tiffany Stratton along during their short feud, and seemed to think a lot of the up and coming talent. Though there was a language barrier, we've heard no issues in her dealing with anyone, and only heard positive things about her from others in the WWE PC.

In the days since this was reported, we've been told that "Sarray wishes things would have been different during her time in the United States," but there wasn't much elaboration on that.

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