Stephanie Vaquer’s departure from CMLL and NJPW confirmed
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Stephanie Vaquer’s departure from CMLL and NJPW confirmed

At AEW’s Forbidden Door event, Mercedes Mone and Stephanie Vaquer put on a remarkable match that garnered a lot of excitement among fans. Despite her loss, Vaquer left a lasting impression, leading to speculation that she might soon be leaving CMLL. It now seems confirmed that both NJPW and CMLL have announced her departure from their respective companies.

We reported that Stephanie Vaquer had attracted interest from WWE and AEW after her impressive match against Mercedes Mone. To add fuel to the fire, Vaquer even seemingly bid farewell to CMLL during last night’s match against Tessa Blanchard.

In a joint statement, CMLL and NJPW expressed their gratitude to fans for their support of Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre and New Japan Pro-Wrestling. They announced that Stephanie Vaquer has chosen to leave both promotions effective immediately, citing personal reasons.

Due to her departure, Vaquer will not compete in her scheduled match against Lluvia at Fantasticamania on July 13 in San Jose. Additionally, CMLL announced that Vaquer will be stripped of the CMLL World Women’s and World Women’s Tag Team Championships.

“Thank you for supporting Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL) and New Japan Pro-Wrestling (NJPW).

Citing personal reasons, Stephanie Vaguer has chosen to leave the CMLL and NJPW rosters effective immediately.

Both organizations apologized to their fans around the world for the sudden nature of the announcement. This Saturday at FantasticaMania USA, a new CMLL Women’s World Champion will be determined in a three-way match: Lluvia (CMLL) vs. Viva Van (NJPW) vs. Willow Nightingale (AEW).

Now that she is no longer working in CMLL, Stephanie Vaquer’s potential move to AEW or WWE offers some interesting career prospects. Both promotions offer substantial platforms to gain exposure and grow professionally. As fans eagerly await her decision, there is much excitement about how her talent will introduce a new dynamic to her chosen promotion. There is no doubt that the sky is the limit for her now.

Did you expect Stephanie Vaquer to leave CMLL? Which professional wrestling promotion would you like her to leave between WWE and AEW? Let us know in the comments section below!