In the wake of criticism for her debut promo on AEW Dynamite, Saraya took to Twitter Friday to defend her comments and say that she loved her time in WWE, especially the time and opportunities given in her NXT days with Paul "Triple H" Levesque.
During her Wednesday segment, she mentioned how it was so good to have a boss (Tony Khan) that finally listens to her which some took as a shot toward WWE where she spent eleven years in both developmental and the main roster.
She clarified the line on Twitter, initially in a now-deleted tweet:
"I say how my current boss listens to me and all of sudden it’s “So hAtE yOu WwE”. No I don’t. I loved my time there. I appreciate the time and the opportunities I was given. Especially in my NXT days with Triple H. I’m happy now in AEW though. Tribalism in IWC is so bizarre to me"
That was followed by:
After she deleted the initial tweet, she posted the following:
It was expected that she would clarify her purpose for being in AEW on Wednesday, but the admittedly nervous Saraya simply said that she was in the company to start a revolution and that she was going to make a change.
It's still unknown if she can wrestle or be physical following a serious neck injury she suffered in WWE in 2017. Last Friday, Dave Meltzer reported that she has yet to be cleared, but would like to be.
Since Wednesday, the 30-year-old has tweeted several times about being "rusty," including the revolution line:
She made her debut at AEW Dynamite Grand Slam just over a week ago and reportedly signed a three-year deal.