Ariane Andrew performed under the name Cameron in WWE, but she hasn’t wrestled for a while. She started her journey on the Tough Enough reality series in 2011. Cameron was eventually part of the Funkadactyls alongside Naomi, and they bonded in a big way while traveling the globe. She also competed in AEW for one-off match during a tag team tournament, and now it seems she is manifesting her return to the company.

Cameron made her surprise WWE return during last year’s Royal Rumble, where she was immediately eliminated by Sonya Deville. Naomi stated that she will always have Cameron’s back after the match was over. Cameron might be hoping for a better showing next time she’s in the ring.

After debuting on the main roster back in 2012, Cameron remained part of the company until her eventual departure back in 2016. She then made her debut in AEW back in 2020, under her name Ariane Andrew.

Ariane Andrew teamed up with former Women’s Champion Nyla Rose in the AEW Women’s Tag Team Cup Tournament. However, she was unable to win the match despite her best efforts.That won’t stop her from wanting a new match.


While speaking on the latest episode of Excuse Me: The Vickie Guerrero ShowAriane Andrew discussed her future. Andrew made it clear that she is manifesting her return to AEW.

“I’m manifesting that we’re gonna work together. I’m coming back to AEW at some point. We’re gonna do something, I’m manifesting it.”

We will have to wait and see whether Ariane Andrew will ever make her return to AEW television. With the women’s division finally gaining some momentum, Andrew might find a place on the women’s roster.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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