MASSIVE UPDATE: Click here for big sign that Lacey Evans is gone from WWE.

Original: WWE has a loaded roster, and there isn’t time to feature everyone each week. Still, the fact that someone’s name is being pitched in creative meetings is at least a sign that something could be in the works. That doesn’t seem to be the case for Lacey Evans.

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Lacey Evans has undergone a notable transformation on social media, opting for the handle ‘LimitlessMacey,’ because her real name is Macey Estrella-Kadlec, instead of her previous WWE-related handles tied to her in-ring persona, Lacey Evans. That caused a bit of attention as well.


Alongside this change to her name, Lacey Evans shared a puzzling gif that featured the text ‘Roger – how many days left??’ accompanied by a perplexed Beyonce. She also included four eyeball emojis, a grinning purple devil, and a pinching fingers emoji.

While there has been no official confirmation of Evans’ potential departure from WWE, these actions have certainly sparked discussions and speculation about a potential shift. We’ll continue to provide updates as more details emerge.

As of now, Lacey Evans remains listed on the roster, although it’s worth noting that roster information on the website has been inconsistent in the past. Her most recent in-ring appearance was a dark match on July 7th during the WWE SmackDown taping, where she faced off against Zelina Vega. Prior to that, Evans competed in a televised match against Charlotte Flair on June 23rd, 2023, resulting in a loss in less than 3 minutes.

Ringside News exclusively reported that WWE isn’t pitching any creative ideas for Lacey Evans. Only time will tell what happens next. After all, she had quite an only tiff with Sgt Slaughter after she jacked his finisher and persona.

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