One of the most talented female performers from WWE’s Divas division was Kaitlyn who was also part of the original batch of NXT. She was speculated to have a successful career after winning the third season of NXT under the old format.
She did have a good run on the main roster but it didn’t last long. Personal problems and outside ventures forced her not to re-sign with the WWE in 2014 which marked the end of her wrestling career, as well.
Nowadays, the beautiful Diva is in search of inner peace with her life partner. She can be seen meditating throughout her Insta profile. The latest of them appears to be a kind of hot yoga where she was meditating in a lingerie cloth. But she did have some inspirational words for her followers. Kaitlyn cited reasons as to why she would do meditation on a regular basis,
“Have you met YOU? I never knew myself until I started to understand that in order to know the real me, I needed to quiet my mind. I needed to silence all of the conditioned beliefs and conclusions I had formed over a lifetime of experience; good, bad, beautiful & painful,” Kaitlyn wrote.
“Our heart & soul, our intuition & inner knowing all live beyond the mind. This is why I meditate.”
Kaitlyn is in a good position in her personal life
The post actually is much lengthier where she went into detail about finding the real self. Apart from those hot meditation photos, Kaitlyn also shared a couple of other photos of her from the beachside with inspirational lines attached to those. It seems she is in a really good position, mentally who isn’t thinking about returning to competition, anytime soon.
The last time she was spotted in a ring was in October 2019. Slamforce Africa event took place at the University of Pretoria in Pretoria, South Africa where Kaitlyn (aka Celeste Bonin) became the first Slamforce Africa Women’s Champion. This was the promotion’s first event, which streamed on FITE. The former WWE Divas Champion faced off against ex Impact Knockout Katie Forbes and South African wrestler Black Widow.
Kaitlyn retired from WWE in 2014. In 2017, she returned to action around the indies. A year later, she was part of WWE’s Mae Young Classic Tournament’s 2018 edition to be eliminated in the second round.