Melina denies she signed with WWE…but admits it’s a possibility after blasting wrestling sites

Former Divas champion Melina said that she has not signed with WWE and blasted “these sites that claim they know what’s happening” but they don’t.

But after denying the story leaked last night by PWInsider.com, Melina said that just because she’s not signed with WWE right now, it does not mean it’s not a possibility.

“My reason for this post is that it bothers me that these sites lie to fans. If I potentially get signed, don’t forgive them for lying to you. I know there are those that aren’t a fan of mine, but I still will care about them as I do my own fans,” she said, adding that her fans deserve better than sites lying to them.

She said that she doesn’t know what her future will hold but 2020 has not been great to her, with the passing of her father last month, noting that she’s now 41 years old and there’s many factors involved in her return.

“Going back home to the WWE would feel like everything I’ve gone through was for this very moment. But we don’t know what’s going to happen,” Melina added. “One day I’ll come home but when the time is right. So if it doesn’t happen now, I’m sorry you thought I was returning. If it does happen… well these sites ruined a great surprise. You should be upset that they cheated you of that moment if it happens.”

Colin Vassallo
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Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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