Emma, Darren Young and Summer Rae were all given 90-day non-competes following their release from WWE. That means they are being paid their downside guarantees through January 27th, 2018. After the 90-days is up, they are free to work anywhere they would like.

Emma is already accepting bookings for early February. She recently had talks with Stardom to start once her non-competed ended, but those negotiations fell through. Dave Meltzer mentioned in the latest issue of The Wrestling Observer Newsletter that Emma was asking $2,000 per match, first class tickets and full creative control. These demands weren’t economically or business prudent by that company.

It remains to be seen what exactly Darren Young and Summer Rae are planning for their post-WWE careers. Many are speculating that Summer may be involved in films. We will keep you updated if we hear anything.

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