Former WWE Diva Kaitlyn has revealed that weight issues negatively affected her last days in WWE and brought an end to what was a promising career.
Celeste Bonin, aka Kaityln, left the WWE at the beginning of 2014 after a terrible six months in which she was used less and less by the wrestling company before she could no longer bear it anymore.
Kaitlyn left the WWE in somewhat acrimonious circumstances after fading away into the background following a successful career that had her at the top of the tree for five months.
But what goes up must come down and Kaitlyn says that one of the reasons that her career took such a turn was because of weight issues that she was going through. She believes that it was those physical problems that lead to mental problems, which subsequently had a negative impact on the remaining months of her career.
"While I had a wild ride with WWE and did some really cool shit, I was very unhappy the last 6 months that I was there. After having a phenomenal year with the company, I was on a downward slope," the former Diva wrote on Instagram on Wednesday.
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"I was mostly unhappy with myself physically and it began to affect my emotional state. I had health and weight issues which in turn negatively affected my career."
Moving forward with life
While the last six months of her time in the WWE may have been disappointing, Bonin (aka Kaitlyn) went onto bigger and better things in the latter part of 2014, and she hopes 2015 will be as rewarding.
"I reached a breaking point and decided that I wanted to be happy and take control of my life. It was the hardest decision that I have ever faced. But if you never take risks you will Never know what could've been," she added.
"I am incredibly thankful for my time and experiences with WWE. WWE is a part of my story and part of who I am.
"While I do miss it from time to time, I'm making strides in the shoot game of life :) 2014 marks the year that I said goodbye to my WWE family, married my soul mate, launched my own business and found myself again."
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