Emma Returns on Post WrestleMania Episode of Monday Night RAW (April, 3rd 2017)

Like Any Post WrestleMania RAW, Surprises are sure to be a part of the script. While past years have given us the debut of Paige (with a Divas Title win to follow), Enzo and Cass and Apollo Crews to name a few, this years Post Mania RAW handed us the Debut of the 2x NXT Tag Team Champions the Revival, the return of Finn Balor and the return of one long awaited Womens Superstar Emma.

After The Aussies first return in February was Flunked with the inability to make decent use of the Emmalina Character presented to her, WWE flipped the switch and returned to hyping Emma through vignettes, this time with the steady transformation of Emmalina to the well praised heel character of Emma, the “Evil Emma” invented in her second NXT stint. Emma, whose main roster run with Dana Brooke ended last year due to injury, returned to in ring action on this weeks Post Mania RAW under the original heel character as she teamed with the Former RAW Womens Champion Charlotte and Nia Jax against the current RAW Womens Champion Bayley, Sasha Banks and the recently turned face former comrade of both Emma and Charlotte, Dana Brooke. While victory wasn’t given to the heels, Emma made sure to seemingly call out Bayley during the match, a possible hint of a feud to come though not official. Emma had also quickly left the scene after the match when Nia went out of her way to target Charlotte, and with a “Superstar Shake Up” (hinted shorter version of the draft) announced by Vince McMahon during the night capturing Emma’s attention later in a backstage exclusive, the Heel Competitor made it clear that she would chase a championship no matter which brand she ends up on.

Emma also reacted to her return on Twitter, also receiving congratulations from fellow superstars upon returning to action for the RAW brand.

Congratulations go out to Emma on her in ring return. Stay Tuned to the Site for a Full Report on this weeks Post Mania RAW, and Stay Tuned to Next Weeks WWE Programming to see Where Emma (and others) may make an IMPACT on when the “Superstar Shake Up” begins.

– Catherine


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