Sareee (Sarray) feels WWE was a great experience for her, wants to make the most out of her return to Japan

Sareee f.k.a. Sarray looks back fondly on her time in the USA as a member of WWE

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She looks back on the experience as a positive. 

Earlier this month, Sareee f.k.a. Sarray confirmed that she is no longer with WWE. She is scheduled to make her in-ring return on May 16th at Shinjuku Face in Tokyo, Japan. 

She agreed to join WWE in early 2020 but her debut was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. She did not debut until April 2021. Sareee last wrestled for the company in August 2022. 

While speaking to Jean Saito of the video-sharing service, ‘Niconico’, she reflected on her experience with WWE and described it as a positive one. She says it was great for her as a pro wrestler and when she heads back to Japan, she hopes to make the most of that as well. 

I made my decision (to head to the U.S.) when I was scouted. I am really glad that I decided to come to the US. I think that I would not have been able to experience it if I had lived a normal life. I was able to experience a lot of things that I wouldn’t have been able to experience if I had lived a normal life, and being able to step into the best organization in the world was a really great experience for me as a professional wrestler. This experience has truly become an asset for me, and I hope to make the most of it when I return to Japan. I would like to come back to Japan and make the most of this experience. I have absorbed the world, and as Sareee, I would like to go on a rampage in the pro wrestling world.

Throughout her several years with WWE, Sareee competed in a total of 23 matches. 

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