Natalie Eva Marie Officially Announces Exit from WWE
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Natalie Evan Marie officially announced her retirement from WWE Friday morning after four years with the company.

"Today I'm saying a bittersweet goodbye to WWE," she tweeted. "Thanks to the entire team, and YOU, my fans, for these 4 years! #AllRedEverythingForever."

Eva made a name for herself on WWE's main roster in July 2013 and starred in the companion reality series, "Total Divas." Her bright-red hair was accompanied by the slogan "All red everything."

Last year, she was drafted to SmackDown Live but was suspended for 30 days in August for violating the company's wellness policy. Eva hasn't appeared on a WWE television show since her suspension.

The announcement comes after Marie spoke with TooFab about focusing on acting going forward in her career.

"When I started WWE, my husband and I were like, if I can get in front of The Rock's agent and manager, that would be a dream. He's made the transition from WWE into Hollywood so fantastically," she said. "He is the guy right now."

"A year later, it just so happens that it fell into place and I ended up having a meeting with his agent, then his manager, then I talked with Dwayne for an hour and everybody signed off on me and I signed with his exact team," she added. "I was with the right people so I could go in and audition for this film. I read the script, I went into the audition and ended up meeting with the producer, the director and it all worked out and now we're here."

Eva's next film venture is playing a bounty hunter in "Action No. 1."

Eva had removed any affiliation with WWE from her social media accounts long before she announced she'd be parting ways with the company. She told TooFab being a part of the organization actually helped launch her into the world she wanted to be in -- film -- saying that "it was a great experience in a sense of being comfortable in front of a camera and a live audience."

When asked whether or not she'd return to WWE, Eva said "for sure" at the time.

"WWE, for me, is where it all started. You never know, I could show up on a Monday Night Raw, I could come down to SmackDown Live and snatch that title real quick. Never leave me out, you never know what's creeping around the corner, if you know what I mean."

On whether she would pop up on "Total Divas," Eva added, "It's definitely a possibility."

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