Zelina Vega is back in WWE after the company fired her in November. Some fans are not pleased with the fact that she went right back. They are also not thrilled that Vega deleted her pro unionization tweets in the process.

Vega is still on Twitch, and that was a huge sticking point prior to her last departure. It’s unclear if she will continue on OnlyFans, where she once sold a photo for $100. WWE brought her back and it seems that she will be allowed to keep third party deals going. Her husband, Malakai Black, has even used that platform to discuss his own pro wrestling career that took quite a turn recently when he landed in AEW.

The SmackDown Superstar tweeted out an image of herself from Talking Smack. It’s unclear how WWE will continue taping Talking Smack and RAW Talk once they get back on the road, but Vega was a guest on last week’s show. She also had a lot to say.

To engage with her fans, Zelina Vega posted a photo of herself from Talking Smack along with a caption saying: “best caption for this later wins.” We’re not sure what the winner will receive, but plenty of fans chimed in.

One fan immediately replied to day: “I support unionization.” That received a ton of likes as of this writing. Another posted a cartoon bubble coming out of Vega which implied she is the one who gave Malakai Black that busted eye he was sporting on AEW Dynamite at Road Rager.

Other fans brought up Malakai Black’s AEW arrival and how it might hurt Vega. Comments about Zelina Vega taking weeks of announce table bumps were joined with a common idea like, “My husband and work husband both work ‘elsewhere’ I better win Money in the Bank and stay relevant on TV or I’m so done.”

Vega was also dragged a bit for her hair choice as one fan tweeted back to say, “Me and Tatanka go to the same hairstylist.” There were a lot of responses, but we’re not really sure who won. All we know is that the WWE Universe did not disappoint again.

What’s your take on Zelina Vega’s WWE return? Sound off in the comments!

H Jenkins

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