Former AEW Women's Champion Saraya recently addressed the speculation surrounding her reduced social media presence. Known for her dynamic presence both in and out of the ring, Saraya's activity on platforms like Twitter had noticeably decreased, sparking various rumors among fans and followers.
Her limited posts in November and early December mainly showcased photos from a recent photoshoot and promoted the upcoming AEW event, All In 2024. Breaking her silence, Saraya turned to Twitter to clarify the reasons behind her social media hiatus.
Responding to a tweet that suggested fellow AEW star Bryan Danielson might be influencing her online activity, Saraya firmly denied these claims. She emphasized her independence in managing her social media, stating, "I took a long social media break.
Not because anyone told me not to haha. Ain’t no one telling s**t about my Twitter I can do what I want." This statement effectively puts to rest the rumors that her online presence was being controlled or restricted by others within AEW.
AEW's Disciplinary Rumors
The wrestling community has been abuzz with discussions about AEW's internal disciplinary actions, particularly concerning social media conduct. Reports from Fightful highlighted Bryan Danielson's alleged involvement in AEW's 'disciplinary committee.'
Danielson was reported to have played a significant role in this committee, which included overseeing fines for social media misconduct. However, these reports remain part of the broader discourse within the wrestling community, with no official confirmation from AEW or Danielson himself.
Saraya's last in-ring appearance was on the December 1 edition of Rampage, taped on November 29. She teamed up with Ruby Soho and Anna Jay, facing off against Hikaru Shida, Kris Statlander, and Skye Blue in a match that added another chapter to her illustrious wrestling career.
As a former AEW Women's Champion and a prominent figure in the wrestling world, Saraya's actions and statements continue to be of significant interest to fans and followers. Her recent clarification about her social media usage not only sheds light on her personal decisions but also contributes to the ongoing conversations about the dynamics within AEW.