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Ruby Riott Reacts on Instagram To Her Release from WWE

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Ruby Riott has reacted to her release from WWE this week. The company recently announced that they had come to terms on the release of Braun Strowman, Aleister Black and Lana among others, including Riott.

Taking to Instagram, the former Heidi Lovelace would discuss her release from the company. ‘Well’¦ here it goes,’ Riott began. ‘I’ve never been good at this sort of stuff. Yesterday in a matter of minutes, my life changed very drastically.”

“But after some tears, some panic and a full box of Oreos, I was able look back at how lucky I’ve been to accomplish what have” Riott continued. “I never thought I’d make it to WWE.”

“I’ve been honored to be apart of a Squad of the most incredible women I’ve ever met, I’ve gotten to see the world, share locker rooms with some of the most talented women I know, some of which I’ve made lifelong friendships with” Ruby Riott added.

Ruby Riott on WWE Release

“I’ve gotten to meet fans that were just like me, introverted kids, who never quite felt like they fit in” the former SmackDown Superstar noted. “And between the locker room and those fans, I felt like I belonged and I’m so grateful for that feeling.”

‘With that, I am overwhelmed by the amount of calls/texts/tweets and support that I have received from former coworkers, friends, family and fans. Thank you so much for the kind words. You’ll never know how much it helped. As for what’s next’¦.in the beginning ’˜Heidi Lovelace’ was given to me, at the end ’˜Ruby Riott’ was taken away. So I don’t know what I’ll be called or where I’ll end up. But please know this is far from over. Thank you.’

Here’s the names that have now been released so far this week:

  • Braun Strowman
  • Aleister Black
  • Ruby Riott
  • Lana
  • Santana Garrett
  • Buddy Murphy
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