Cora Jade has removed herself from social media platform X [FKA Twitter] following now deleted posts.
Jade’s final post on the platform referenced her lack of inclusion on NXT Premium Live Events. The last time that the former Women’s Tag Team Champion was on a major show for the brand was at the 2022 Stand & Deliver show during WrestleMania weekend. Jade, along with Io Shirai and Kay Lee Ray, would be unsuccessful in challenging Many Rose for the NXT Women’s Title.
The lengthy absence on PLE’s was expressed by Jade herself, who wrote the following in a since deleted post:
I remember when I was on a PLE in April of 2022 🤘🏻
While this was speculated that this could have been Jade remaining in character, the now deleted post was met with criticism.
Despite not being featured on the card of NXT Premium Live Events, Cora Jade has frequently competed on special episodes of the Tuesday night show, which have been presented as special events by WWE. Most recently, Jade would defeat Dana Brooke via referee stoppage on the Gold Rush episode on June 20th.
In a follow up on an Instagram story, Jade has confirmed that there is only one social media platform she will be using in the future:
Deleted twitter becasue hearing the opinions of you morons every day made me lose brain cells. Catch me on ig only xoxo.
Why Did Cora Jade Not Compete At WWE NXT Great American Bash?
Of the 6 matches that took place at NXT Great American Bash on the main card, two were women’s matches. Firstly, Roxanne Perez would defeat Blair Davenport in a Weapons Wild match. Later in the night, Tiffany Stratton would successfully retain the NXT Women’s Championship over Thea Hail via technical submission when Andre Chase threw in the towel.
Jade would express her frustrations further on the August 1st episode, declaring that she has left NXT.