WWE Quietly Released Bray Wyatt's Girlfriend, JoJo Offerman, Last Year

According to a new report, WWE actually decided to release JoJo Offerman last year, and seeing as she's Bray Wyatt's longtime girlfriend, it's hard not to wonder if this led to him being unhappy in the company.

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PWInsider reveals that JoJo Offerman was quietly released by WWE several months ago. There had been a lot of speculation about the possibility she was no longer with the company following Bray Wyatt's release, and it turns out she's been gone for at least the past six to eight months! 

We haven't actually seen JoJo since a late 2018 episode of RAW when she was replaced as a ring announcer by Mike Rome. While a return was promised on her official fanpage at the time, it never happened, and she later ended up taking time off anyway after falling pregnant. That was with her and longtime boyfriend Bray's first child (their second arrived last year). 

Offerman first joined WWE in 2013 and was portrayed as a rookie on Total Divas. She did step into the ring a handful of times, but ended up being replaced by Summer Rae in the show and ultimately transitioned into being a ring announcer for the company instead

As you might expect, some fans have wondered whether JoJo being released led to Bray becoming even more unhappy with his position in WWE. 

It definitely feels like there's more to his departure than meets the eye, with many backstage not buying into the explanation that Wyatt was released due to "budget cuts." Hopefully, we'll have more details to share with you soon, so keep checking back here for updates as we have them! 

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