If you haven't heard by now, the creator of the Women's Revolution has been released from WWE - as Emma has been handed her walking papers by the company.
Emma has been in the professional wrestling industry since when she began training back in 2003. She spent four years learning how to wrestle and working smaller shows before beginning to work the independent circuit for promotions such as Shimmer Women Athletes, Extreme Canadian Championship Wrestling, and Melbourne City Wrestling.
In 2011 Emma was signed to a developmental deal by WWE. She was sent to Tampa, Florida to work in the WWE's developmental territory known as Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW).
Interestingly enough Emma was with FCW to see its transition into what the WWE Universe knows today to be NXT. Despite having a bit of a goofy and bubbly character on WWE TV, Emma has proven to be very capable of putting on solid matches inside the ring. You can also rely on her to cut a decent promo when the mic is in her hands as well.
Emma got the call up to the main roster in January of 2014 where she was paired up with Santino Marella on Monday Night RAW. After spending a year on the main roster as a singles competitor the WWE wasn't getting what they wanted from her and made the decision to send her back to developmental in NXT.
Her run on NXT was actually a good one as she won a couple of big matches and rivaled over the NXT Women's Title with the undefeated Asuka for some time. She returned to the main roster in March of 2016 but never really connected with the WWE Universe with her gimmick.
Emma seemed to be doing fine for herself as of late on the main roster, however, as she had welcomed Asuka to the main roster with a great one-one-one match at TLC, which was a lot more back-and-forth than fans expected, which she unfortunately lost. She also had been continuously claiming ownership for the Women's Revolution as well.
That wasn't enough in the WWE's eyes, however, as they made the unpopular decision to cut her this morning along with Darren Young and Summer Rae. In the wake of things, however, fans have pulled out an old Tweet from Emma a few days ago that makes her current situation a bit awkward.
After losing to Asuka at TLC Emma Tweeted: "I'm not done yet... Not even close! You'll see tonight!"
Fans have been giving Emma a hard time on Twitter today in the thread of this Tweet, as one might expect. Check it out:
What are your thoughts on Emma's past Tweet now that she has been released from WWE? Do you think that WWE made a mistake in letting go of Emma? And how much of a possibility is it that we see her in WWE again? Have YOUR say in the comments section below, and the fourth episode of GiveMeSport’s WWE podcast is here!
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