Sarray's US Return Confirmed

Sarray is coming back to the US... but its not with WWE

It was reported over the weekend that WWE had a keen interest in pursuing Sareee, who previously wrestled in the NXT UK and NXT brands under the ring name of Sarray in WWE before her 2023 release from the company amidst creative differences. 

Sareee’s return to the United States has been confirmed, but it won’t see her return to WWE, as the company has missed out on their desired target. Sareee has landed elsewhere, and that place is the Sukeban promotion. 

Sukeban released a statement confirming that Sareee has signed a multi-year deal with the promotion, and will make her debut in December next month. 

Sukeban, a Japanese female wrestling league, today announced that it has signed “Sareee to a multi-year contract, with the world-class performer set to debut at Sukeban’s second event, which will take place next month in Miami. Sareee today announced that she has chosen to join her longtime friends in Sukeban’s Cherry Bomb Girls stable. In her Sukeban debut match, Sareee will take part in a Special Attraction Four Way Match pitting one member from each of Sukeban’s four stables. The match will see Sareee (Cherry Bomb Girls) take on Countess Saori (Dangerous Liaisons), Atomic Banshee (Vandals), and Babyface (Harajuku Stars), with one fall to a finish. Joining Sukeban’s roster marks the return to the United States for Sareee, a former WWE performer who is widely regarded as one of the most talented and underutilized pro-wrestlers in the world.”

After leaving WWE, Sareee worked for multiple companies in Japan. Even with the pull that WWE has, it looks like Sareee’s previous creative issues with WWE could well still be present, nixing any chances of a comeback.

H/T Fightful

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