Sarray entered WWE’s NXT brand with a lot of hype behind her. Now she is back to going as Sareee after her run with NXT just didn’t seem to pan out. Although she got a spotlight during the 2.0 era, it just didn’t seem to translate with fans. That being said, she doesn’t consider her run a failure.

WWE has experienced some difficulty in the past when booking Japanese talent. Except for a few rare exceptions, it just seems that their booking doesn’t pan out. Although Sareee didn’t see great success in NXT, she still has a full career ahead of her.

Monthly Puroresu recently spoke to Sareee about her time in WWE. Although it wasn’t the most prestigious experience, she doesn’t consider it a failure at all. Sareee is also glad that she took the chance.

“I’m really happy I went. I gained a lot of knowledge, I suppose. I did learn a lot while I was in the United States. I wasn’t able to bring my entire wrestling repertoire to the WWE, but I have absolutely no regrets about going. It wasn’t at all a failure,” Sareee said.


Sareee is back in Japan and looking forward to the next chapter in her career. It is unfortunate that things didn’t work out in WWE, but at 27-years-old, she still has a lot of opportunities ahead of her.

What’s your take on Sareee’s booking in WWE? Did WWE NXT drop the ball with her? Sound off in the comments!

Felix Upton

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