AJ Lee sends a warning amid rumours of WWE comeback

WWE: Amidst speculations about her comeback to the Stamford, Connecticut-based organisation, former WWE Divas Champion AJ Lee recently sent a statement on social media.

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Amidst speculations about her comeback to the Stamford, Connecticut-based organisation, former WWE Divas Champion AJ Lee recently sent a statement on social media. When Lee joined World Wrestling Entertainment in 2009, he began doing matches for Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW), the organization's developmental region at the time.

After making the switch to the main roster in 2011, the 37-year-old immediately rose to fame for her on-screen persona and achieved significant recognition by winning the Divas Championship three times. She declared her retirement from in-ring action following WrestleMania 31, and her final bout took place at RAW.

Since CM Punk, AJ Lee's real-life spouse, has rejoined the Stamford-based organisation, many fans think Lee will soon be seen on WWE television. Given that Drew McIntyre severely damaged The Second City Saint in the men's ladder match at the next Money in the Bank premium live event, many believe the former Divas Champion will finally make a comeback.

To further escalate the rivalry, he also removed a bracelet from Punk's wrist that bore the names of AJ and their dog, Larry. AJ Lee sent a message via X/Twitter in the midst of these rumours. The 37-year-old stated that if someone's fireworks frightened her dog, Larry, then she ought to be permitted to fight in public.

"Not to sound unreasonable but if your fireworks scare my dog I should be allowed to fight you in the streets," she stated.

AJ Lee was unlikely to make a comeback to professional wrestling

While CM Punk noted that AJ Lee was unlikely to make a comeback to professional wrestling, he thought there was still a chance. This occurred on an episode of The MMA Hour. As Punk's biggest fan, he also expressed his desire to see his wife return to World Wrestling Entertainment.

Most likely not. I believe that [a door is open]. In all honesty, I would adore it. Her biggest fan is me. I thus adore whatever she does."

If AJ Lee appeared up at the Money in the Bank premium live event in Canada, the WWE Universe would definitely go insane. In light of Drew McIntyre's ongoing criticism of Punk's family, it will be fascinating to watch whether the three-time Divas Champion makes a comeback in 2024. 

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