WWE: Developmental Diva Released, Another Enters Rehab

F4WOnline.com is reporting that NXT (the new name for WWE’s developmental territory) Diva Raquel Diaz (Shaul Marie Guerrero) has been granted her release from the WWE. Shaul is the daughter of Vickie Guerrero and the late Eddie Guerrero and has been a part of WWE developmental since October 2010 and has made appearances as a wrestler, a valet, and a ring announcer.

While Raquel Diaz is no longer with the company, another NXT Diva’s status with the WWE is in question as RingBellesOnline.com reports that Skyler Moon (Natalie Osman) has entered a rehabilitation facility to deal with a substance abuse issue. Osman, who is best known on the independent scene as Buggy Nova, has had her profile removed from the NXT website, which has spawned rumors about her release from the company. The former independent star has not been seen on NXT or heard from on social media since last month.

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