During a recent interview with Fightful, Allysin Kay revealed she is open to returning to the National Wrestling Alliance.
"I'm open to it, yeah. I don't know that I would sign another contract, to be honest with you. But, I'm open to working with them again depending on the circumstances," she said.
Kay previously performed in the NWA from April 2019 until her departure in November 2020. She was the reigning NWA World Women's Champion for 272 days during her run and she defeated the likes of Marti Belle and Ashley Vox before dropping the title to Thunder Rosa at Hard Times in January 2020.
Kay went into more detail about her release with Fightful and she revealed her contract was due to expire in December anyway. The company agreed to release her early, though, because she wanted to take indie bookings and NWA wouldn't allow her to work independent shows that would be available on a streaming platform.
Despite this, Kay noted she and the promotion are still on good terms.
"We're on good terms. Billy made that very clear when we signed the release papers. We're on good terms. I do want the fans to know that I wanted to be there. I do want the fans to know - I can't speak for everyone, I suppose - but I would say the majority of the roster in January 2020, everyone that was there, that I was talking to anyway, wanted to be there. Everyone wanted to be there and don't let anyone ever tell you any different," Kay added.