5 reasons why the WWE shouldn't have released Emma
Last week, World Wrestling Entertainment surprised the WWE Universe by releasing three talents. Those unfortunate souls were Darren Young, Summer Rae and Emma. All three came as a surprise but none more so than Emma’s release. The other superstars who were released haven’t been seen on WWE television for months, but Emma had been heavily featured on RAW since the start of the year.
Why the WWE would dismiss one of their most talented female wrestlers is beyond me. Emma’s talent deserved a more befitting farewell, and the WWE should have never shown the door to the 28-year-old.
Here’s why the WWE shouldn’t have released Emma.
#5 Their reason for dismissal wasn’t valid
According to Sports Illustrated, Emma was released by the WWE because some of their backstage officials weren’t too fond of her social media activity. As we know, Emma has been very vocal on WWE television about her twitter hashtags.
#GiveEmmaAChance #Emmalution #ItsAllAboutEmma have all trended nationwide on Twitter. So why on earth would that be an action to get fired over? It may sound silly, but the WWE has a history of frowning upon internet dealings.
Emma’s ex-boyfriend Zack Ryder was the first to get himself over on the web, thus leading to a TV push. However, the WWE would eventually go on to close his YouTube account and fade him into oblivion. This time they’ve gone one step further by releasing the wrestler in question.