All Red Everything no more. Though she hasn’t been seen on WWE programming for months and it’s been long rumored she was done with the company, there was no official announcement from either side until today, when Eva Marie posted the following tweet:
— Eva Marie (@natalieevamarie) August 4, 2017
WWE.com confirmed the departure, wishing her the best in her future endeavors.
Eva Marie signed with WWE in 2013 and though she eventually trained to become a wrestler under The Brian Kendrick, she was mostly seen on Total Divas. Many feel WWE was a launching pad to fame for the model, so her departure is not entirely surprising.
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