She’s going to teach you how to say goodbye. WWE has posted a new video to its YouTube channel, in which they show Kairi Sane saying goodbye to the WWE Universe. Sane competed in her final match with the company on the July 20 episode of RAW and was written off of television on the July 27 episode as the result of an attack by Bayley.

You can see the video in its entirety below:

In the video, The Pirate Princess details her journey in WWE throughout the past three years and outlines her accomplishments during her tenure with the company. These include winning the 2017 Mae Young Classic, becoming the NXT Women’s Champion as well as winning the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championships with Asuka.

In addition to saying goodbye, Sane receives well wishes and messages from Asuka, Shinsuke Nakamura, and Akira Tozawa.

Sane is leaving WWE to return to Japan to be with her family.

In her final two appearances with the company, she defeated current Smackdown Women’s Champion Bayley on the July 20 episode of RAW. The following week, Bayley attacked her backstage to write her off of television.

Editor’s Opinion:

Why do you have to say goodbye? She has always been one of my favorite performers in WWE since making her debut in 2017. I was hoping that she would have the opportunity to have a singles run on either RAW or Smackdown, but she clearly had success while working with Asuka. However, I cannot blame someone for wanting to return home and be with her family. It sounds like the door is open for her to return to the company anytime that she wants to, and it is my hope that we see the Pirate Princess taking the skies in WWE once more in the future!

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