Former WWE star and the current Ring of Honor Women’s World Champion Deonna Purrazzo who is the former two times Impact Knockouts champion recently talked about the budget cuts of WWE and gave her opinion on it.
The former Impact Wrestling Knockouts Champion Deona Purrazzo is undoubtedly one of the biggest names in the Impact Wrestling right now. She joined Impact Wrestling almost a year ago and from the very first day, she has been treated like a big thing.
Deonna Purrazzo On The Recent Budget Cuts Of WWE
Before joining the Impact Wrestling Deoanna Purrazzo had to struggle a lot. She had some forgettable runs in WWE, Ring of Honor, Ohio Valley Wrestling and the TNA wrestling as well. Purrazzo even featured on the main roster of WWE occasionally as well which is not known by most of the fans.
When Mickie James made her WWE return in 2017, she appeared under a mask for a number of weeks where she was known as the La Luchadora. It was not known to a lot of fans that during those weeks Deonna Purrazzo appeared as La Luchadora once which has never been mentioned on TV. She had a two year run in the NXT as well.
After leaving WWE she had shined a lot. She had been one of the faces of the Impact Wrestling with two Impact Knockouts Championship reigns. Her recent feud with Mickie James became really popular. She recently won the ROH Women’s Championship as well.
The recent budget cut of WWE had been criticized badly by the world of professional wrestling. Since the covid-19 pandemic struck WWE took a controversial decision of budget cut. Every company had to go through budget cut but the one WWE did was terrible. A lot of people lost their jobs.
Deonna Purrazzo who is the former two times Impact Knockouts champion recently spoke to Busted Open Radio where she talked about the budget cuts of WWE and gave her opinion on it. She said;
“I was talking a bit about this last night. The new round of [WWE] releases and how, but not to compare because everyone’s situation is different, but that first round that I was in, there was a pandemic and there wasn’t independent wrestling happening, and there weren’t companies necessarily hiring a lot of people. It was just a very weird period for everybody.”
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