WWE is probably trying to bring back the oomph factor related to the Divas with the re-debut of Emmlina aka Emma. For weeks now, we are seeing the vignette associating the makeover of Emma airing during the episodes of Raw. The latest reports suggest that she is inching closer to her debut.
Her return is pushed back from October. She was cleared to compete inside the ring in the last month. But, WWE creative wanted to give her a totally new makeover and held her back from re-debut. However, it created frustration amongst the fans and for Emma, herself. She posted tweets about not getting a chance to come to Raw.

However, a report from CageSideSeats.ocm suggests that the wait is finally over. We are going to see Emmalina on Monday Night Raw, the night after Survivor Series with the new gimmick. It is going to be a model-like character that she will be portraying on-screen. The character resembles the Divas from the Attitude Era or the original Divas Era between 2008 to 2016.
The gimmick is quite surprising since it is the Women’s revolution era and WWE is focusing more on the technical talents of the female wrestlers. Thought, the fans will be pleased to see something new after a long time. Plus, the inclusion of Emmalina can change the dynamic of the Raw Women’s division, a lot. It definitely needs something fresh.

Emma was supposed to get a big push after the Wrestlemania season. But, unfortunately, she suffered a ruptured disk in her neck in a WWE live event. Due to the back injury, she had to go undergo an immediate surgery in May and was sidelined for at least six months.
However, she recovered quicker than expected and returned to WWE Performance centre, last month. WWE even let her perform as a guest referee in a couple of match in house shows. Finally, the time of her arrival to the main roster is coming and hopefully, this time she gets what she deserves.


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