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Cameron talks about her WWE release, being unhappy during her final months with the company

Former WWE star Cameron (Ariane Andrew) posted a YouTube video where she talks about her release from WWE last year.

She talked about her final months leading up to her release:

“Mark Carrano and I had been talking for a really long time back and forth … For the people who don’t know, I wasn’t happy with my position in WWE. I was coming to [TV tapings] and I just wasn’t doing anything. I know that I didn’t have the best in-ring skills because I was brought up early. I’m really honest about it, I can keep it one thousand percent. I wanted to go back down to NXT. I’m like ‘I know this may mean I might lose my spot. I know this may get me fired,’ but I rather walk away knowing that I did everything I possibly can, than nothing at all that I walk away with regret.”

She noted that she had read ‘blogs’ on the night before her release because there were reports that WWE was about to make cuts to the roster:

“I get this [phone] ‘ding’ and Mark says ‘Can you call me?’ and I just knew. So I called him and he told me. It was shocking, but at the same time, that’s just where we were. I’d given my all and things weren’t progressing. It hit me and I thanked him for my time. This is one experience I’m never ever going to forget. Unfortunately, it’s not a fairy tale ending. In a sense though, it’s almost kind of like I could take a breath because I felt like I had all of this weight on my shoulders of not knowing what was going to happen. I also was really sad because I wanted to show you guys.”

On her theory on why she was released:

“To this day, I still don’t know if it’s partially because when I stirred up all the stuff with the IWC. That was one of my tactics, to try and get stuff stirring to potentially have a storyline and I never asked, I never asked. I didn’t wanna know because at that point what was done, was done. I never know to this day if it’s because of that, mixed with everything that was already going on and my position with the company. To this day I’ll never know.”

She says that fans did not get to see Ariane and they only got to see Cameron. She is still trying to make it into Hollywood. She also said that she sent a long goodbye letter to Vince McMahon, Triple H, and Carrano. I will add that she was not on the original list of releases but things changed. Just prior to her release, she tweeted support for Ryback, who was expressing his frustration with the company. So, that tweet might have had something to do with it.


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