Naomi’s rumoured release of a limited edition t-shirt during the WWE hiatus has been proven false

Naomi, the former WWE Women’s Tag Team Champion, is said to have started a new business after leaving WWE. However, the report has since been proven false as a result of Naomi’s tweet.

The former WWE SmackDown Women’s Champion and her real-life friend and then-tag team partner Sasha Banks left the company earlier this year. The two stars were allegedly dissatisfied with the division’s scheduling. Both women were suspended and stripped of their tag team titles by WWE. The two women were then reported to have been released from the promotion.

The former women’s champion appeared to be making her first post-WWE appearance. It was reported online that she was going into the t-shirt business through a website called For Ur Wear.

The website’s official Twitter account confirmed the news earlier today and displayed a selection of the 50 available shirts. The tees worn by the former women’s champion are black with her image printed in a variety of colours. Pink, purple, green, and yellow are among them.

However, FirstSportz broke the story first, and Naomi quickly debunked it in a tweet, saying it’s “not true.” WrestleTalk later reported that the WWE superstar did not open the store. Instead, it is controlled by fans.

When was Naomi’s most recent WWE match?

Naomi and Sasha Banks had been the Women’s Tag Team Champions for quite sometime before their WWE suspension. The latter’s last promotion match was on May 15. The former women’s champion teamed up with Banks to defeat Natalya and Shaya Baszler at a WWE Live: Sunday Stunner event.

Her most recent appearance on WWE television occurred on the May 13 episode of SmackDown. Natalya and Baszler were defeated there by the Boss and Glow Connection.

Naomi and Sasha Banks will be appearing at the Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo (C2E2) on August 6 and 7. This will be the first public appearance by the two women since their walkout.

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