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Cora Jade claims that WWE NXT “SUCKS” and she won’t be returning

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In a surprising turn of events, Cora Jade, the widely recognised professional wrestler, has made her feelings about WWE NXT abundantly clear.

In a candid (although clearly in character) statement, she expressed her dissatisfaction with the brand, stating she had no intentions of returning.

Jade’s recent social media interactions provide insight into her growing discontent. The talented wrestler, known for her fierce moves and charismatic presence, took to Twitter to address the barrage of questions she received about her association with WWE NXT.

In no uncertain terms, she made her feelings known: she believes WWE NXT “sucks” and has no plans of going back.

Future Uncertain for Cora Jade

The burning question remains: What’s next for Cora Jade? With her apparent departure from WWE NXT, the future trajectory of her career is shrouded in mystery.

While her fans await her next move with bated breath, it’s likely that we will be seeing her move up to the main roster at some point in the near future.

Only time will tell where Jade’s path will lead, but one thing’s for certain – she won’t be fading into the background anytime soon.


  • Why did Cora Jade speak out against WWE NXT?
    • Jade expressed her dissatisfaction with the brand on Twitter, stating she found the experience at WWE NXT unsatisfactory.
  • Has Jade officially left WWE NXT?
    • As per her statement, Jade has no intentions of returning to WWE NXT.
  • How have fans reacted to Jade’s announcement?
    • The response has been mixed. While some commend her honesty, others hope for her return to the NXT ring.
  • Is Jade planning to join another wrestling brand?
    • Currently, there’s no official word on Jade’s next move. Speculations are rife, but nothing is confirmed.
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