WWE has seen a few people sign with the company from other organizations, and things just didn’t pan out. No matter how much hype they put around Saree, she just didn’t work in NXT. Now, she is back in Japan after exiting the company.
Sarray announced that she left WWE NXT, and now she is back in Japan. The 26-year-old phenom had a lot of potential, but she didn’t make it through WWE NXT’s transition from 2.0 to the latest incarnation of the brand.
It was also reported that Sarray lost supporters in NXT. That started her downward spiral with WWE’s developmental brand.
While speaking with Jean Saito, the Sarray noted that she does not regret her decision to join WWE, and it was a great experience for her. She obviously wants to keep that bridge, because she was able to enjoy herself while with Vince McMahon’s company.
“I was able to experience a lot of things that I wouldn’t have been able to experience if I had lived a normal life, and being able to step into the best organization in the world was a really great experience for me as a professional wrestler.”
“This experience has truly become an asset for me, and I hope to make the most of it when I return to Japan. I would like to come back to Japan and make the most of this experience. I have absorbed the world, and as Sareee, I would like to go on a rampage in the pro wrestling world.”
Sarray previously spoke out to thank her supporters during this time. She might not have lit up NXT for very long, but Sarray was able to gain a few fans.
I have received so many supportive messages after I have announced my return to Japan. I really appreciate everyone’s support.
We will have to see what’s next for Sarray next. She is now going as Sareee once again, so it appears her pro wrestling journey will continue in Japan once again.
What’s your take on Sarray’s WWE NXT run? How did they drop the ball with her? Sound off in the comments!