WWE News: Kharma Officially Confirms WWE Release
Well, the news that many WWE fans have been waiting for has finally happened.
Kia Stevens a.k.a. Kharma has, in a roundabout way, officially announced her WWE release.
Keep in mind, this news didn't happen at a press conference or a press release; rather, it happened via a response to a fan on twitter.
@Kharma kharma, if you dont mind me asking, is it actually true that you were granted release from the WWE??? I Miss you So Much :'-(— Catty V (@CatherineNikita) July 25, 2012
@CatherineNikita yes, I was. It doesn't mean I'll never be back.— Kharma (@Kharma) July 25, 2012
Overall, this announcement isn't too shocking, as it was revealed a few weeks back that the two sides were parting ways. However, neither side officially confirmed the release to fans. In fact, Kharma was the only side to even broach the subject by simply stating via Twitter that she had been moved to the Alumni roster.
This sent the IWC into a frenzy as they awaited official confirmation from the WWE, which never happened. As you probably know, word of any released star usually breaks via the WWE's website, as they mention (insert wrestler here) and use the ever famous "wish them well in their future endeavors."
Sadly, Kharma never was given that sendoff, leaving many fans confused when a rumor came out about her WWE demise.
In the end, this move was probably best for both sides. It frees the WWE from having to create a storyline for her and allows Kharma to get some use in the Indy's, ROH or her old stomping grounds, TNA.
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