Former WWE Divas champion and Total Divas star Alicia Fox has been quietly moved to the “Alumni” section of the company’s website.
Neither Fox or WWE have officially commented on her status with the company.
In March, news hit WWE had fired Hall of Famer and long-time producer Arn Anderson. Reports which followed indicated Anderson was let go because Fox wrestled while intoxicated on a house show he was in charge of. Separate reports claimed she was offered company-sponsored rehab, but it wasn’t clear whether she accepted.
The 33 year old returned for a pair of matches in April, one against Becky Lynch on Raw two weeks after WrestleMania 35, the other a tag bout on Main Event at the end of the month. Fox then didn’t do anything with the company until July 22, when she appeared on television during two segments during the Raw Reunion - a show on which she mostly interacted with WWE Legends like Kaitlyn, Santino Marella, and Torrie Wilson.
During WWE’s latest talent Draft, Fox was not listed among the Superstars eligible to be claimed by Raw or SmackDown. She also wasn’t included in any of the “free agent” lists after picks were made on the shows Oct. 11 and 14.
If this is the end of her wrestling career, Fox leaves having held the championship for two months in 2010, and with a legacy of having been one of the performers who bridged the gap from the Divas era to the Women’s Evolution.