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WWE Superstar confirms that she has LEFT the company

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In a surprising turn of events, WWE Superstar Aleah James has confirmed her departure from the company after not appearing on NXT.

This news comes amidst a period of significant change within the WWE, particularly the NXT UK brand being closed down and NXT Europe not seemingly coming for some time.

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The End of WWE NXT UK and Aleah James’ Journey

When WWE announced the end of NXT UK, the roster members were either transitioned to the US-based NXT brand full-time or released from the company.

Aleah James, however, remained a mystery. Despite being listed as a WWE roster member on WWE.com, she had not made her debut on the NXT brand.

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Speculations and Confirmation

James’ real-life partner, Noam Dar, recently made his debut on the NXT brand, leading many to speculate that she would soon follow suit.

However, in a twist, Aleah took to Twitter to confirm that she is no longer with WWE, despite still being listed on the company’s website.

In response to a fan’s comment about waiting for her NXT debut, she advised them not to hold their breath.

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Aleah James’ Future Plans

Following her confirmation of departure, Aleah James stirred up excitement among fans by hinting at her future plans.

She posted a follow-up tweet, declaring her free agency and asking her followers who they would like to see her wrestle next. This announcement has sparked a flurry of speculation and anticipation about her next move in the wrestling world.

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