Sareee Reveals That She’s Finishing Up With SEAdLINNNG, Moving To America To Begin WWE Career
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Popular Japanese wrestling star Sareee signed with WWE last February, but the COVID-19 pandemic has somewhat delayed her arrival in the company. But in a Tweet, she recently stated that she’ll be moving to America after her last SEAdLINNNG show on January 22.
— Sareee (@1996Sareee) January 17, 2021
In a rough translation, Sareee stated that the delay caused by the COVID-19 allowed her to gain more experience as both a wrestler and as a person. She said that she’ll be moving to the United States after the SEAdLINNNG Shin-Kiba tournament on January 22. She also thanked the fans for their support.
Sareee is a two-time world champion with World Woman Pro-Wrestling Diana, and she’s widely seen as one of the top Joshi stars in the business.