Eva Marie is a former WWE wrestler in which she has played various roles including manager of the Bella Twins and many others, but the girl known at the registry office as Natalie Marie Coyle was released by WWE in 2017 to throw herself into the show business as an actress.
However, her main successes have been linked to the fashion world and only recently has her name been again associated with the Stamford federation, generating a lot of interest among fans who would like her again on international screens.
It had been reported by some rumors that the former member of Total Divas had signed a contract in the presence of Vince McMahon last September 20, but from that moment there has been no news about any further development, and even today the news is not the most comforting.
As reported by Ringside News, there is still no news on the matter today. Many members of the creative team have declared in recent months that her name had not yet been mentioned in the various meetings that have been held and on Monday the same American site received some bad news: Eva Marie is not yet a priority of the federation and his name was not mentioned even in the last meeting.
Update on Eva Marie
Eva Marie hasn't had any kind of engagement in indie federations in the last 3 years and this could therefore mean a greater need to train to get back in shape as it once was. Many things have also changed in recent years and certainly, its role still remains in doubt within a significantly improved roster in recent years, which could, however, allow it to improve in turn.
So there is still a big aura of uncertainty around his name and in particular his role, but surely we at World Wrestling will keep you updated on any news about it. In the latest update regarding the former Total Divas star, Ringsidenews reports that the former star’s name hasn’t been brought up in creative meetings lately.
Marie’s inexperience in the ring was the issue for The Red Queen throughout her first run in WWE, and it appears that this could be the problem if she was to make a return. Marie hasn’t wrestled a match since she left WWE back in 2017, and that was a year after her last appearance.
It’s believed that if Marie makes her competitive return then she would be quite far behind the current crop of women.