One of the few WWE names who went undrafted in July's WWE Draft has tweeted out concern about how they have been handled.
A woman on a mission to rebuild her WWE career, Emma suffered a big setback shortly after arriving on the main roster when she suffered an injury.
Emma never made it back for the draft and is currently without a show so it could be understood as to why WWE may be considering their options with her.
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Unfortunately, this has led to frustration on her part about not being brought back onto WWE TV.
That frustration recently boiled over as she took to Twitter to vent her anger at still waiting to return to action.
Emma tweeted out a message on Tuesday claiming that she was cleared to return to the ring six weeks ago but is still waiting.
Her frustration with being kept off of TV is clear and understandable but she is also very determined to leave her mark when she does return.
A new home
Currently it is hard to judge just where will be best for Emma to ply her trade when she does make her in- ring return.
Both shows have strong women's divisions right now with RAW boasting Charlotte, Sasha Banks and Bayley and Smackdown housing Becky Lynch, Nikki Bella and Alexa Bliss.
Perhaps the seemingly lack of depth in the RAW women's division however would inspire a move to WWE's flagship show for Emma.