Several talented Superstars are signed to WWE’s developmental brand NXT where their skills are honed to the best of their abilities. However, that doesn’t mean just about everyone can remain in the company.

May 19 saw several NXT Superstars being released from their contracts and that included Vanessa Borne. Other notable releases included the likes of Alexander Wolfe. Now it seems Vanessa Borne has finally opened up about her release from NXT. She took to Twitter and uploaded a video where she addressed her release and the WWE Universe. She thanked those who supported her and also blasted her haters.

Today I got the call that I will no longer be a WWE superstar, which came as quite a shock to me considering all the work I’ve done these past 18 months. I want to thank the WWE for the opportunity these past five years, it’s been a fun ride. I also want to give a shout out to all the people and fans who have supported me throughout my wrestling career, your kind words never went unnoticed. To all of the haters and Twitter trolls, I want to thank you guys as well. You really motivated me and lit a fire within me. Just kidding. You people f****** suck. Be nice. It shouldn’t be that hard to be a decent human being to someone you don’t even know.”

Vanessa Borne would then comment on her future in the pro wrestling world and added that she didn’t have any hard feelings regarding her release, before taking a shot at WWE including zombies at WrestleMania Backlash.


“I have no hard feelings and no animosity, just a lot of good energy and love. I feel good walking into this next chapter and I hope you are all there to witness it. Oh, one thing I am disappointed that I didn’t get to do in the WWE and that’s….wrestle zombies, shucks.”

Borne was never able to make her debut on Monday Night RAW or Friday Night Smackdown despite being called up shortly before the COVID-19 pandemic last year. We will have to see what is next in store for Vanessa Borne.

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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