The findings of another NXT star being released by WWE has surfaced online.
Rachael Evers, real name Rachael Ellering, took to her official Twitter account to announce her comeback to the independent wrestling scene. She also shared a video.
Dave Meltzer confirmed her release on Wednesday evening. She is part of the mass talent and staff releases done by WWE last month due to budget cuts.
In the video that she posted, which you can watch below, starts with her first picture at the WWE Performance Center. A black and white montage of her getting beaten on during her NXT run was then shown. It then goes to her days on the indies and ends with ‘’Rachael Ellering: Don’t Call It A Comeback’.
We know who we are, who we’ll always be and we have a choice: we can hide in the shadows or stand in the light pic.twitter.com/DKpF7rafka
— Rachael Ellering (@RachaelEversWWE) May 13, 2020
Ellering also has some new merchandise. She signed with WWE in January of 2019 after working some shows in 2016 and 2017. Also, she worked the Mae Young Classic in 2018. She hasn’t worked a match since last July due to a torn ACL.
Of course, she is the daughter of Paul Ellering, who is best known as the longtime manager of the Road Warriors and former manager of the AOP.