Doudrop has been featured regularly in the Raw’s Women’s Division since making her WWE main roster debut in Summer 2021. The former Piper Niven was sadly left off both nights of WrestleMania 38 this past April.

She spoke recently with Inside The Ropes. In a portion of the interview, Doudrop commented on missing Mania and setting the record straight on why she was off TV for a bit in early 2022 in addition to walking the company line with her response.

“It was disappointing, I’m not gonna lie. At the same time, I completely understood why. So not a lot of people know this, but I actually had to leave the US the day after WrestleMania to go and renew my visa in the UK. Because of a lot of the different conflicts going on in the world right now, it was gonna be.. they were unsure how long that process might take. I could have been in the UK for a month as far as they knew. So I couldn’t really have anything on the show because they didn’t know when I was going to be back.?

Being there was great and everything, just being able to sit there and watch it and take it all in. I got to meet so many cool people like Undertaker and Stone Cold Steve Austin and get some advice from people and things like that. My family came to Texas with me, which was good in that sense. Watching the show and not being a part of it was, I don’t wanna say disappointing because it just showed me how much I wanted it. I don’t think that’s a bad thing. Don’t worry, I’m gonna make up for it.”


We shall see what happens next with Doudrop in her future with the company. She is a very unique and talented individual that deserves more television time.

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Andre Porter

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