Eva Marie departed from WWE in 2017, and then she tried her hand at acting. This didn’t amount to a ton of work on the silver screen, but she still kept busy with endorsement deals and modeling. A recent report about a WWE return also generated a lot of interest.

It was reported in October that Eva Marie signed with WWE in September. According to PW Insider, WWE reached a new deal with Eva Marie on September 20th. Fans are still waiting for her return.

We’ve received a lot of questions about Eva Marie, especially in the past week for some reason. It seems that fans are growing impatient, and they want All Red Everything to return already. We don’t have the best news to report.

Ringside News has learned that there is currently no talk about her return. When reports came out that she signed a new deal with the company, many wondered what type of contract she inked.


A tenured member of the creative team confirmed to us multiple times over the past month that her name has not come up in any meetings. Most recently, we were told on Monday of this week that her name is still not mentioned.

Eva Marie’s name could drive some interest. Many fans remember her as an original member of the Total Divas cast, but she didn’t spend the past three years working the indies at all. There is obviously some concern about how she would mesh with the current women’s roster if she was brought back as an active Superstar.

There is still a big question mark hovering above Eva Marie’s name as it’s been over a month since the news broke that she is expected to make a return to the company. As of this writing, her name is still not being discussed. Stay tuned, friends.

H Jenkins

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