CJ Perry was one of the most popular women on the WWE roster. At one point, she was arguably more popular than her husband, Miro. Many fans also used to chant her name during his matches, and it turns out that CJ Perry would come back if WWE wants it.

Sadly, her popularity wasn’t enough to keep her in the company, and WWE released her in June 2021. Following her release, CJ Perry opened her own website, cjperry.com. The website resembles Mandy Rose’s FanTime page, but she’s not going nearly as far as the former NXT Women’s Champion did that led to her own WWE release.

CJ Perry stated during The Bailey Show that she would shut down her website and return to WWE if asked, despite making more money from her website.

“My last couple of years in WWE, I had an incredible and very lucrative contract that I had worked very hard and long for, which was an incredible blessing that I’m thankful for. Even on CJPerry.com, in the last six months, I’ve grossed more than I did in my highest-paying WWE contract. I’m thankful for that. In the business that we’re in and the times that we’re in, you have to capitalize on everything because you don’t know how long it’s going to last. Instagram from 2010 to 2014, you grew much faster. 2017, 18, 19, you could get all these deals on Instagram, super high-paying deals. It’s not like that anymore. Things are always changing and evolving so quickly. You have to seize the moment because it might be gone tomorrow.


I’m a big believer in saying, ‘Yes.’ I’m blessed to have this opportunity, but I would always return to wrestling. If WWE were to call me tomorrow and be like, ‘we want you back,’ it’s not about the money. I would shut the site down and go back because WWE is one of the greatest franchises in the world. Life is not just about money, you have to do what you love. There is nothing in the world like wrestling and if the opportunity was right for me to return and tell compelling stories and burn the house down, I’ll come back and do it for free,” CJ Perry said.

It’s unlikely that WWE will offer CJ Perry a contract without offering one to Miro. Hence, that’s probably never going to happen. It will be interesting to see if Perry will accept an offer from AEW instead. Stay tuned to Ringside News for more coverage of similar stories.

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Sunil Joseph

Passionate pro wrestling fan. Sunil has been writing WWE content writing for over the last five years. Sunil still gets excited when he gets to tell people that he gets paid to watch pro wrestling.

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