A few of the pro-wrestling females have made fame by posing seductive pictures over their social media accounts and Deonna Purrazzo is one of them. The former WWE NXT Superstar often makes a splash on social media with bikini pictures and she lived up to her hotness quotient once more while celebrating the 4th Of July. She dropped a couple of new photos on Instagram while celebrating America’s Independence Day.
Deonna Purrazzo has been seen in a tiny swimsuit in an apparent celebration on the occasion. She was holding a sparkle in her hand that matches up to the festivities mood. The other snap featured a beachside swimsuit pose that was guaranteed to draw attention. Both these snaps seemed jaw-dropping and a brand new snaps in opposition to the posts shared by WWE Divas on the 4th Of July occasion, last night.
With that being said, some of the WWE Universe members are definitely upset over how she’s gone from the company even before getting a chance to do something significant. At this point, Deonna Purrazzo is in contract with Impact Wrestling following the NXT release. She is set to take on Jordynne Grace at Slammiversary where she could leave the show as the brand new Impact Knockouts Champion.
As stated in a previous interview, Deonna Purrazzo decided to leave WWE NXT as she was upset over the fact that so many women signed after her, moved ahead in line. The Virtuosa believed that WWE was hoarding talent and thus she wanted to get out of that system, as early as possible. It finally happened for her when she was released of the contract as a result of the budget cut related to coronavirus pandemic.
Here’re comments from Deonna Purrazzo while appearing on Wrestling Inc Daily Podcast following her much-anticipated release from WWE,
“I 100 percent feel like me being announced for All In… this culminated in, ‘she’s gonna go somewhere else and do something good with other people’ so we’re gonna bring her here. If they had done something with me, then that would have been fine.
But I feel that in the last year or two with AEW, [WWE] tended to be hoarding. Talent wasn’t being released but so much talent was being brought in that I suffered from so many women coming in and then we’re all from the same background.”