Kylie Rae is a beloved name in pro wrestling, but her life has seen its share of difficulties. This is because Rae’s mental health issues had almost ended her pro wrestling career for good. However, she managed to overcome her demons. She also took part in a WWE tryout, and it seems she isn’t sure about WWE hiring her.

Kylie Rae wrestled during the December 12th WWE Main Event taping, facing Dana Brooke under the name ‘Briana Ray’. That appearance took place after her WWE tryout, and many fans were hopeful that she would get a contract.

Following this appearance, fans started to wonder whether she will make her debut on the main roster as a permanent member. That might not be happening by the looks of it.

While speaking on the Going Broadway podcast, Kylie Rae revealed that WWE did not really accept her and didn’t sign her to a contract and she is doubtful about it happening right now.


Never say never, to my knowledge, not in the Rumble. As far as something long-term, at this point, I got the, ‘not right now’ deal, which is okay. If it’s meant to be, it’ll happen. If it’s meant to be, it would have happened. It’s more so, they’re having us still come back for extra work, I was there this past Friday and the Friday before.

Kylie Rae was one of the original signees for AEW, and she was thought to have a lot of potential in the company. Then she requested her release before anything really got started with her.

You never know where Kylie Rae will appear next. She has a ton of skills, but she also has a documented history of leaving pro wrestling companies due to her personal issues. We will have to wait and see whether Kylie Rae will end up getting signed to WWE somewhere down the line.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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