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Chelsea Green: Major update as to why she was missing from WWE RAW

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Chelsea Green, a prominent figure in the wrestling world, was conspicuously absent from Monday Night RAW, but what is the latest?

A flurry of speculation ensued, as fans pondered the reasons behind her no-show. Green’s only appearance on the post-Elimination Chamber edition of RAW was via a phone conversation, where she humorously vented her frustration with WWE for mistakenly sending her to Ottawa, Illinois, instead of Ottawa, Canada’‹.

This led to fans speculating about the actual reasons for her absence from the highly anticipated show.

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Chelsea Green Missing? The Real Reason Revealed

According to a report from Fightful Select, the mystery was eventually unravelled. Contrary to some fans’ beliefs, Green’s absence was not due to a blunder from WWE, but rather a set of travel issues that left her unable to attend.

As a Canadian native, Green is currently entangled in visa-related problems that have effectively rendered her “landlocked.”’‹’‹

These issues have reportedly been ongoing, with Green waiting for her green card for months, a process that dates back to as early as September.

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The WWE Star’s Whereabouts

While her fans were left wondering about her absence on WWE RAW, Chelsea Green was not idling. Instead, the former NXT star was attending a screening of the film, “The Last Match: A Pro Wrestling Rock Musical.”

This film features her real-life husband and ex-WWE Superstar, Matt Cardona, known by many fans as Zack Ryder’‹’‹. This revelation provided fans with a much-needed explanation and shifted the narrative from the speculation surrounding her WWE absence.

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