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Backstage Updates on The WWE Return of Eva Marie

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It was reported in late 2020 that former WWE Superstar Eva Marie was shortly going to be returning to the company. Cultaholic originally posted the report, and this was subsequently confirmed by several other outlets.

Since then ‘All Red Everyhing’ has not yet actually appeared on WWE programming, but there is an update on her status.

Fightful Select recently reported that Eva Marie was on the ‘docket’ for the Legends Night of WWE RAW. Legends Night will be taking place this coming Monday and will feature the likes of Hulk Hogan, Ric Flair, Teddy Long…and Eva Marie?

Eva Marie’s WWE Career

It was also confirmed that Marie was backstage on December 14th for the taping of WWE RAW. Marie was apparently dressed for promo work; but it is unconfirmed whether anything was recorded to air in the next few weeks.

The former WWE Superstar (from the ‘Diva’ era) joined the WWE roster back in 2013. Marie made her officially ‘main roster’ debut on Monday Night RAW in July 2013. ‘All Red Everything’ appeared in a backstage segment alongside other cast members of Total Divas.

Eva Marie originally left WWE back in 2017, announcing on August 4th that she had left the company. Marie was a major part of WWE’s original Total Divas show, having her early career showcased on the E! Network. Her actual in-ring career in WWE was extremely sporadic, with appearances in NXT back in 2015. It was assumed at the time that WWE were desperate to get Marie’s in-ring abilities up to par; thus the move ‘down’ to NXT.

Whilst it’s a long shot to call Eva Marie a ‘legend?’ Her return, potentially as a manager, could help one of the WWE Superstars in the midcard of RAW or SmackDown.

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