One of WWE is Dakota Kai, who released in the recent news from the wrestling world, among eight other players.
Dakota is known as the New Zealand player is best known for NXT WWE.
World Wrestling Entertainment is thinning its roster once again, including Dakota Kai.
WWE announced the release of several WWE releases today, primarily from its developmental NXT brand.
Dakota Kai is the most notable name of this stretch of WWE releases confirmed by Fightful’s Sean Ross Sapp.
After winning the Women’s Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic, Kai and Raquel Gonzalez became the first NXT Women’s Tag Team Champions.
Dakota Kai released from WWE as a second-term release from the company. On Friday afternoon, Sean Ross Sapp of Fightful first reported that releases were expected to be cut and began reporting which performers were being cut.
Dakota Kai, Malcolm Bivens, Harland (Parker Boudreaux), Persia Pirotta (Stephanie De Landre), Referee Blair Baldwin (Chloe Christmas), Vish Kanya (Sanjana George), Draco Anthony (Reginald Chase Crews), Kellie Morga (Mila Malani), and Jaylen Williams (Raelyn Divine) are among the cast members who were let leave.
Kai signed with WWE in December 2016 as Evie and competed in the Mae Young Classic the following year.
Dakota was eliminated in the quarter-finals by eventual winner Kairi Sane.
Dakota, aka Cheree Georgina Crowley, debuted in professional wrestling for the Auckland-based company Impact Pro Wrestling on December 15, 2007.
She started under the ring name Evie, which references her favorite Pokémon, Eevee.
Dakota Kai is not married but did have rumors about her relationship in the past. She has a net worth of $5 million as of 2022.
Dakota has claimed to be of Samoan and Irish ancestry. Kai’s mother is from the village of Lepea on the Samoan island of Upolu.
Her younger sister Nyrene is a mixed martial artist, and her younger brother Earl is a DJ. Pat Crowley.
Kai’s grandfather was an All Blacks for New Zealand member in 1949 and 1950.
Crowley is friends with Shayna Baszler, Mia Yim, and Jessamyn Duke, and they currently live together in Florida.
In September 2011, she debuted in the Pro Wrestling Alliance Australia PWWA show in Sydney, Australia, where she defeated Kellie Skater.
Kai defeated Britenay and Megan Fox in a triple threat match in August 2012 to become the first Impact Pro Wrestling NZ Women’s Champion.
She won the Interim PWWA Championship a week later after defeating Jessie McKay in the finals. On October 6, she successfully defended her title against Kellie Skater for the first time.