Sareee Discusses Her Move To The WWE Performance Center Being Delayed Due To COVID-19

On Feb. 22, Sareee announced she had signed with WWE and would be moving to the United States in March to begin her training at the Performance Center.

Unfortunately, due to the coronavirus pandemic, travel bans were issued and the Performance Center has been shut down for all training. As a result, Sareee's move to America has been delayed. 

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Speaking on her YouTube channel, Saree was asked where things stand as far as her move to the US goes.

She replied, "WWE is handling my schedule to move to the States. Their initial plan was for me to be training over there already, but look at the circumstances around the world, maybe it’s best when the vaccine is developed rather than re-debuting with worries. I want to show my solid wrestling live without any anxieties. It’s hard for everyone, but I think this is the time to be one as the WWE Universe and stay strong and firm. It’s a ‘safety wrestling.’ And from Japan, I will put my full effort to do what I can.”

It is unknown when Sareee will make the trip to the United States. 

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