Ruby Riott was released from her WWE contract today and an outpouring of support followed the news. Plenty of fans and other people she worked with in the business have spoken out about how great she really is.

The Riott Squad were actually supposed to win their match at WrestleMania. Those plans changed, and you can click here for that crazy story.

Riott will likely go back to being Heidi Lovelace now, the name she had prior to WWE. The company owns her Riott name, but Heidi Lovelace is about to make a big splash wherever she shows up next.

Liv Morgan is sad to see her friend released, but she is also very certain about one thing. Whoever gets Lovelace on their roster next will be a very lucky wrestling company.


Whoever is lucky enough to get Heidi Lovelace on their roster, you win.

It’s really interesting that WWE decided to release Ruby Riott, but her story is far from over. We’ll have to see where she ends up next, but Heidi Lovelace might be a breakout star for any company she signs with next.

Ruby Riott, like all of the releases today, has a 90-day non-compete clause. We’ll have to see if she pops up anywhere in September when she can speak to a new company.

Where should Heidi Lovelace go next? Sound off in the comments!

H Jenkins

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