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Vanessa Borne Hits Back At Twitter Trolls Following WWE Release

Vanessa Borne

Vanessa Borne has taken a playful parting shot at WWE following her release from the company, saying that she wishes she could have wrestled zombies.

Borne was a number of talent released from the black and gold brand alongside controversial referee Drake Wuertz, Velveteen Dream, and Jessamyn Duke.

Borne took to Twitter to share a video where she gave her thoughts following her departure from the company, saying:

“Hello, friends, family, fans. Today I got the call that I would no longer be a WWE Superstar which came as quite a shock to me considering all the work I’ve done these past 18 months. First I wanna thank WWE for the opportunity these past 5 years, it’s been a fun ride. I also wanna give a huge shout-out to all of the people and fans who have supported me throughout my wrestling career. Your kind words never went unnoticed.”

“To all of the haters and Twitter trolls, I wanna thank you as well. You really motivated me and lit a fire within me – just kidding, you people f*cking suck. Be nice, it shouldn’t be that hard to be a decent human being to someone you don’t even know [blows kiss].”

Borne continued saying she was excited for what comes next in her story:

“I’m really excited for my next chapter of my life and just really excited to fully express myself. There are so many do’s and don’ts and faux-pas in the wrestling business and I feel like finally, I don’t have to worry about what Captain Insano said in 2007 or if another one of my visionary ideas is going to be given to someone else. I can just be myself, I have no hard feelings, I have no animosity, just a lot of good feelings and love. I feel good walking into this next chapter and I hope you are all there to witness it. Oh, and one other thing that I’m disappointed I didn’t get to do on WWE mats – wrestle zombies. Shucks!”

Vanessa Borne debuted in NXT in August 2016. Her most recent match came way back in January 2020 where she was on the losing side of a six-woman tag team match.