WWE The Bump was Kayla Braxton’s show for the longest time. She celebrated many milestones with the show, while her WWE career continued to build as well. Now the show must continue without her. She also made it clear that she was not kicked out.

Kayla Braxton departing from WWE The Bump brought a lot of attention, but not all of the headlines were accurate. She saw one post that claimed she was “bumped off” the bump. That was not the truth at all.

Kayla Braxton recently took to Instagram to announce her departure from The Bump. As a key figure in the show’s growth, Braxton had been the host for the past four years. However, she clarified that her decision to leave was entirely her own.

“Haha clever caption but I wasn’t kicked out. I made the decision to step down since I can’t be in the studio each week. And I thought it was time to give someone else the opportunity to host that show since I was fortunate to do it the last 4 years. Appreciate all the support.”


Kayla Braxton joined WWE in 2016 and served as a ring announcer before taking on the role of The Bump’s host. In her Instagram story, she explained that due to various commitments, it wasn’t feasible for her to be in the Bump studio on a weekly basis. Thus, she decided to step down from her position and open up opportunities for someone else to take on the role.

Kayla Braxton is still with WWE, and she will remain on television. That being said, her schedule was very busy, and WWE The Bump has also lost a lot of momentum, and cast members, over the years as well.

What’s your take on Kayla Braxton leaving WWE The Bump? Sound off in the comments to let us know what you think about things!

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