Former NWA World Women’s Champion Kamille became free agent on January 1st, 2024. Her contract with Billy Corgan’s company expired, and she might have a lot more in store for her.

The NWA saw a few top stars leave the company in 2023. Now, they are starting out 2024 with another notable departure, as Kamille has departed. It appears that she may not be a free agent forever. This is a big loss for them, as her NWA World Women’s Championship reign lasted 812 days.

Haus Of Wrestling noted that WWE is “super high” on signing Kamille. The former NWA standout talent is said to be someone that WWE is looking at quite heavily.

Haus of Wrestling has learned from a tenured WWE source that the sports entertainment juggernaut is “super high” on Kamille. It was noted that she is high up on the company’s radar and that they are in signing mode following the UFC and WWE merger. Higher-ups at TKO are said to feel the company is in “acquisition mode” and is looking to land fresh talents that can make an impact.


We previously noted that WWE had tabled signing a lot of free agents until the start of the new year. Now that it is 2024, it appears that WWE may be looking to ink some new stars to deals.

Kamille’s final NWA match went down on the November 18th, 2023, episode of Powerrr. During that match, she wrestled alongside her real-life husband Thom Latimer, as they lost to Looks That Kill.

We will have to see who WWE is able to sign in 2024. They were able to pick up a few people in 2023, but this next year could see even more notable names land in WWE.

What’s your take on Kamille landing in WWE? Is that the right place for her? Let us know what you think in the comments section!

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