Eva Marie is making her return to WWE RAW as new ‘Eva-Lution’ vignette gets shown
And next year, she started removing WWE references from her social media accounts around February. A few months, it was announced that she has parted ways with the company.
But she is now making a return to the promotion after WWE aired a new vignette featuring Eva Marie. There were hints before, but now it’s officially confirmed.
The tagline for this return seems to be ‘Eva-Lution’ and Marie is seen delivering a rousing speech in the video. (h/t WrestlingInc)
“Do I have your attention? I’ve been thinking about where I’ve been and where I’m going. Do I have your attention now? Good. You know, on the road of life there are twists and turns, and I’ve always tried to be the one in control of my own life, and the independence that comes with it, but part of that is giving back. Now I have your attention. I want to be someone others look up to, I want to influence others to go after their own ambitions like I did. So, I’m back where my journey started. This is Eva-lution.”
Fans not impressed by Eva Marie and her ‘Eva-Lution’ return
Marie won the Diva Search in 2013, which is how she made it all the way up to the main roster. Up until her departure in August 2017, she won no titles.
She was never really known for her wrestling skills. After leaving the company, she tried her hand at acting, modelling, and even launched a few fashion brands of her own.
But now it seems like Marie is making a comeback to pro wrestling. And after the episode, she posted on her Twitter account. Her tweet read:
However, her return did not sit right with a majority of the wrestling fans in the reply section. Many believed that Marie is not an elite pro wrestler and does not really deserve a place on the main roster.
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