WWE news: Top RAW star has left the company after failing to sign new contract

Top WWE star leaves the company

Some fans and critics claim the current WWE product is lacking 'star power' at the moment. 

Due to coronavirus, a number of big names have refused to work in the current climate. 

Roman Reigns and Sami Zayn haven't been involved for months and will only return when their health is not at risk, while Brock Lesnar has not been seen since WrestleMania. 

On top of that, Becky Lynch recently announced that she's pregnant and will not feature for a very long time, while Charlotte Flair is also on hiatus. 

So, the argument that WWE has lost some of their biggest draws is pretty valid.

With that in mind, you'd expect the company to be doing everything they can to keep their roster stacked. 

But it seems another top star is walking away. 

Another top star is leaving WWE

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According to multiple reports, Kairi Sane has left WWE and Monday's taping of RAW was her final appearance. 

The news was first broken by PWInsider and has since been confirmed by talkSPORT's Alex McCarthy

It's believed that Sane is leaving WWE to return to Japan, so she can be with her husband. 

Sane walks away from WWE

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She's leaving the company on good terms and the door remains open for her to return, especially during international tours. 

Kairi's last appearance on RAW saw her wrestle a brilliant match with SmackDown Women's Champion Bayley. 

It seems WWE wanted to give her one last impressive bout - and surprisingly, she was booked to win, leaving on a high.

Sane won what could be her final match in WWE

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Sane was with the company for three years, debuting with NXT in 2017. There, she won the Mae Young Classic and become Women's Champion before moving to the main roster. 

More gold followed there as she held the tag team titles with Asuka for 180 days. 

Fans were excited for the two of them to feud against each other one day, but it looks like we may not see that - at least not for a long time.   

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