Saraya has reclaimed her dream of stepping inside the squared circle after being forced out of the in-ring action for years. That being said, some ‘neck beards’ still cannot digest the fact that she is back, as they continue with their trolling. Saraya has now opted to respond to them.

The former Anti-Diva had her in-ring career cut short in 2018 while being an active member of the WWE roster. Saraya continued to serve in non-wrestling roles in her retirement, however, she left the company in July 2022 after nearly nine years with them.

Saraya then signed with Tony Khan’s All Elite Wrestling in September 2022 and made a miraculous return to the ring, defeating Dr. Britt Baker D.M.D at AEW Full Gear in November. Followed by a loss in tag team action alongside Toni Storm at the hands of Baker and her partner, the AEW Women’s World champion Jamie Hayter.

The former WWE Divas Champion is content to live her dreams once again, even though she is the subject of constant trolling on social media. Saraya recently took to Twitter and fired back at those haters, while claiming to enjoy wrestling after nearly four years.


“The amount of neckbeards lately angry sweating while they mad type underneath every post I do just because I’m happy wrestling again is nuts. Lower that blood pressure brothers. Don’t wanna pass out because of lil ol’ me. Anyways. Here’s a clip of me wrestling. 😘.”

Saraya’s return has surely indicated that she has not lost a step and has a lot left in the tank. We will have to wait and see if Saraya manages to make her way up to the top of the roster and perhaps challenge for the AEW Women’s World championship sometime in the future. She is obviously not going to let any hater keep her down.

Do you think Saraya will be the AEW Women’s World champion in the future? Sound off in the comments!

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