Cameron Talks WWE Release, Her Favorite Match, Says She’ll Return To Wrestling

Former WWE superstar Cameron recently joined The Hannibal TV to discuss a handful of topics, including what she’s been up to since leaving the WWE, if she plans on continuing her in-ring career, and her release from the WWE.

You can check out some of the highlights of the interview below:

On what she’s been up to after leaving WWE:

I do a have a TV show called Sipping the Tea, it’s on Apple and Roku…I have an award-winning short film that I co-wrote, executive produced, and starred in called Jaded Pictures. I have a fitness app launching in January 01 2020, also have a fitness line, and I just recorded a new single called “Queen.”

On if she plans to continue her wrestling career:

Oh yes, 1000 percent, just recently, about four months ago, I put out a YouTube video saying Cameron is back. I am definitely not done being in the ring, guys, so watch this space here, because I feel like I never really got a chance to make my mark, so it’s about time to get my ass back in the ring.

On if the WWE gave her any reason for her release:

You know, they never gave me a reason, I can kind of put my finger on why. When the whole Ryback thing happened, at that time too I wasn’t doing anything, so it just gave them, it was just a perfect moment. If you’re not doing something and you make a little bit of a controversy, it’s just an easy way for them to be like, it’s time to let you go. But you know what, I’m not mad at it, because I did everything I could possibly do. I gave up my spot on the main roster to go back and be better, to be a force to reckon with, and to really hone my craft.

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