Serena Deeb Talks WWE Departure, Says She's Grateful For Her Time With The Company

Serena Deeb comments on her WWE departure.

According to PWInsider, Deeb was released from WWE and was one of many WWE personnel who were released from the company.

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Deeb, who is not very active on Twitter, posted the following tweet saying she is grateful for her time with the company, where she operated as a coach at the Performance Center. 

Below is Deeb's statement and tweet:

"I'm forever grateful for my time with WWE and the people who illuminated my life there. To those of you affected by this, my heart is with you. We are all facing these challenges together, so let's continue to spread love and find ways to support and care for each other. Difficult times strengthen our spirits and give us the chance to step back and reevaluate our paths. My heart has always been in pro wrestling and I'm excited for the possibilities moving forward. Much love."

Deeb's first stint with the company started a little more than a decade ago when she wrestled for WWE's developmental territory FCW and was a part of CM Punk's Straight Edge Society. She returned in 2017 to compete in the inaugural Mae Young Classic, losing in the second round. Deeb would then sign with WWE to become a coach at the Performance Center.

You can see our full list of WWE releases during this situation at this link, and see us cover the full happenings on The List & Ya Boy Podcast.

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