Vanessa Kraven hasn't wrestled since 2018 and it appears that her time in the business is up.
Kraven took to social media to announce she is leaving wrestling. Kraven underwent surgery for a leg injury in November 2018 and hasn't competed since.
She posted the following message on social media:
My wrestling future...
I know there hasn't been much communication from me these past few months as COVID-19 has ravaged the world and the speaking out movement hit wrestling. I've taken a lot of this time to reflect. I hope the lot of you are safe and are taking precautions to best take care of yourselves and others around you.
After much deliberation, with a heavy heart, I have decided that I won't be returning to wrestling. I may still show up to support here and there, when wrestling returns but I will no longer actively be wrestling. I want to thank each and everyone one of my fans through the years for showing support and giving me encouragement. It has always meant a lot to me.
Thank you again for all your support and thank you to all the bookers and promotions who gave me a shot to perform on your shows over the years.
I Will miss you all.
— Vanessa Kraven ---- (@VanessaMtKraven) August 11, 2020
Kraven competed in the Mae Young Classic in 2018, losing to Lacey Lane in the first round. Her last match was October 27, 2018 at APW Helltown Havoc, where she defeated Deeno Benjamin.
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