Amari Miller says WWE tenure has ended

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Camron Branae, also known by her on-screen name Amari Miller, is no longer on the WWE roster, per a statement made Wednesday night by the 27-year-old Missouri talent.

Miller posted an Instagram statement announcing her departure from the WWE roster after nearly four years with the promotion.

“So today, WWE and I have parted ways, neither one of us decided to [re-sign] another contract so my three years are up,” Miller said in a Story post. “I am beyond grateful of what they have given me and taught me but my journey there has come to an end, when a door closes one door opens!”

Miller joined the WWE roster in 2021 after wrestling on the independent scene since 2017. She mainly performed on smaller programs like NXT Level Up and 205 Live, with brief appearances on the main NXT brand as well.

Miller’s on-screen has taken a nosedive as of late, appearing just five times in total since early 2023. Her last appearance was in early January when she lost to Jaida Parker on NXT Level Up.

The social media post last night from Miller kept open the option of remaining in wrestling.

“Will I keep wrestling who knows, will I lace up my boots again in the future possibly,” she said. “I got to experience a lifestyle that most people dream of and I will never take it back!! On to the next chapter of my life!”

She’s had a few injuries in recent years.