Vince McMahon personally brought Eva Marie back



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Vince McMahon personally brought Eva Marie back

Eva Marie is certainly one of the most controversial characters in the world of wrestling, with fans who have never fully believed in the possibility that she could become a star in this business. This is partly true if we think that however many of the appearances she has made have been of poor quality for many, both at the level of the struggling and at the level of acting of the script to follow.

The now ex-All Red Everything had left the company in 2017, then began to appear in films and TV series before becoming an ambassador for several companies and getting fit by dedicating body and soul to the gym. WWE Superstar Eva Marie recently appeared on the "Out of Character" podcast with Ryan Satin to discuss her WWE comeback, her relationship with Doudrop and Vince McMahon, and her love for the WWE Universe.

The leader of Eva-Lution recently returned to WWE and had her first PPV match in seven years at SummerSlam. Eva Marie's overconfidence, however, cost her the match against Alexa as Marie went after Lilly. This enraged Alexa Bliss, who attacked fiercely and spiked Eva Marie with a DDT for the win.

Here's how Eva Marie managed to get back

During an interview with Ryan Satin on her Out of Character podcast, Eva Marie wanted to explain how she managed to get back to WWE: "A lot has happened because I've always had a good relationship with Vince McMahon, Stephanie McMahon and Triple H because they gave me a show from the start.

When I left, I was always in touch with Vince about the projects I was doing. He always watched them whether it was movies, TV, or new ventures and things like that, we talked always. The conversation started last year [...] I always said I wanted to come back when the time was right and I always told him.

That way, at any given moment, there was never a thought of 'She would never do that,' or 'There's no chance for her to come back.' I didn't want to leave any stone unturned. I was very eager to let him know, 'Yes, I want to come back, you tell me when this seems most appropriate and makes the most sense and I'm there.'

I said it and he said, 'Ok' and I said, 'Let's go.' " In addition, she also wanted to say her thoughts about Vince McMahon: “I have a lot of respect for him. It's amazing, the fact that he still goes to all these shows and does what he does, it's really impressive to see the work ethic in him."