Former WWE announcer, backstage interviewer, and the host of WWE Now on YouTube Cathy Kelley is no more a part of the company. Her exit from WWE was an emotional goodbye, earlier this year following an NXT TakeOver episode.
She’s out of the company while trying to enjoy some other ventures but the WWE family is still with her as she left on good terms. Now it seems that Stephanie McMahon wouldn’t mind bringing her back, as soon as possible.
The former commissioner of WWE Monday Night RAW was a special guest on this week’s The Bump YouTube show while celebrating the Women’s Evolution week. They brought in a special surprise for the fans in the form of the very beautiful and charming Cathy Kelley.
They joined the live stream where Stephanie McMahon immediately asked her: “When are you coming back?” She responded by saying, “I’m not shy.”
The crew of The Bump also played a clip of Cathy Kelley’s emotional response while watching the first-ever Women’s WrestleMania main event match at the 35th edition. Following this, Stephanie McMahon made one last attempt to bring Kelley back by stating the following,
“Cathy, we miss you. We need that raw, real you and you talk about someone who’s not afraid to be themselves and go out and try things and pave the way, and you always have my full support and backing no matter what it is you’re doing.” (courtesy ringsidenews.com)
Stephanie McMahon and Triple H were the mentors for Cathy Kelley during her WWE stint. She has worked mostly on the NXT shows despite having the capability of doing things on the main roster just because she was comfortable working with Triple H’s crew.
She has openly admitted how their support helped her in many ways. It seems like McMahon also likes the professional way she adopted while working with the company or else she could have thought twice to make the pitch to bring her back on an open platform.
Cathy Kelley entered WWE in the year 2016 through Championship Wrestling From Hollywood. She had experiences outside wrestling on television prior to entering the WWE. But she enjoyed a high profile experience with the Triple H run brand.
The Game also gave her an emotional goodbye following NXT TakeOver: Portland letting her know how much she will be missed. It’s assumed that Kelley wanted to explore ventures outside the WWE which is why she wanted to go out of the company. We’ll see whether she decides to come back or not.