WWE's Sareee Moving To United States After Final Bookings In Japan

Almost one year after signing with WWE

Sareee announced over the weekend that she will wrestle her final match in Japan next week before moving to the United States to start full-time with WWE. Her last match will be on the January 22 SEAdLINNNG show. 

Sareee signed with WWE back in February 2020 and announced she would be moving to the United States in March to begin her run in the company. Those plans were ultimately put on hold because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, however, and she has remained in Japan ever since.

WWE gave her permission to continue wrestling in Japan back in August and she has wrestled regularly for the likes of World Woman Pro-Wrestling Diana, Sendai Girls' Pro Wrestling, Pro Wrestling WAVE and SEAdLNNNG, where is she one half of the Beyond The Sea Tag Team Champions with Yoshiko. 

During her nine-year career, Sareee has twice reigned as the World Woman Pro-Wrestling Diana World Champion and she is a former Sendai Girls' World Champion. She first held talks with WWE in August 2019 and met with Triple H during the company's tour of Japan. 

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