In WWE NXT, numerous Superstars strive to ascend to the pinnacle of success, honing their skills to stand out in the crowded field. However, with limited opportunities available in the developmental brand, some talents find themselves seeking new avenues for growth. Amari Miller previously departed NXT, indicating her desire to explore other options. She has now confirmed her interest in joining TNA Wrestling, signaling a potential new chapter in her career.

Amari Miller gained recognition for her contributions to NXT. Debuting in 2021, she participated in several matches on NXT TV, facing opponents such as Mercedes Martinez, Gigi Dolin, and Kay Lee Ray and more and confirmed her WWE departure back in February.

Now known as Camron Branae, she is anticipating life beyond WWE and recently expressed her aspirations for the future. In a recent interview with Julie Cutler for Title Match Network, she revealed that working in TNA Wrestling has been a long-held dream of hers.

“Kylie Rae, Smiley Kylie. I met her at SHIMMER years ago, and I’ve always wanted to have a match with her but then, she got signed to AEW, and then broke her collarbone. So I haven’t been able to wrestle her. So that is definitely a person,” she said. “I do want to go to IMPACT/TNA. That is just my heart. Honestly, I’m good to wrestle anywhere.”


Amari Miller also stated that WWE Creative simply did not have any plans for her. We will have to wait and see what the future holds for the former WWE Superstar, as a run in TNA would certainly do wonders for her.

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