Summer Rae became popular name in WWE during the early 2010s. She was majorly featured as an on-screen performer and manager to many superstars. Summer is currently pursuing ventures outside the wrestling business. She took a shot at Uber cab drivers, detailing a recent incident.

Summer Rae signed with WWE back in 2011. She began appearing in their previous developmental territory, Florida Championship Wrestling as a ring announcer and even served as an on-screen General Manager for the show. She then went on to wrestle various matches in NXT, competing against the likes of Sasha Banks and Charlotte Flair during their early days.

The 39-year-old superstar moved up to the main roster in 2013 as Fandango’s dance partner. She continued to wrestle as a part of the women’s division and also featured in storylines with top male stars like Dolph Ziggler, Rusev, and The Miz. Summer Rae has moved on to pursue other interests taking up various modeling and acting projects nowadays. Recently, she blasted the Uber drivers for not being helpful, pinpointing 5 male drivers, although she did mention 2 female drivers who were unlike the men on Twitter.

“Since when have Uber drivers stopped getting out of the car to help you with your luggage? My last 5/7 drivers haven’t 🤯🤯 The 2 that did were women, the others MEN. Men. A man to a woman…no help. Wild.”


Summer Rae last wrestled for WWE in a legit match back in 2016 as a part of a massive tag team match at WrestleMania 32. She also made her return to the ring as a surprise entrant in the 2022 Royal Rumble match. Rae went on to attack her former rival Natalya in the match, but found herself being eliminated by the Queen of Harts.

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