Stephanie Vaquer has confirmed she is no longer with CMLL or NJPW.

“At this moment I stop belonging to the ranks of CMLL and NJPW. Clarify, I AM LEAVING THROUGH THE BIG DOOR, forever grateful to the WORLD WRESTLING COUNCIL AND NEW JAPAN PRO WRESTLING, and in the best terms. From today I vacate the CMLL World Women’s Championship as well as the CMLL World Women’s Couples Championship. For which I offer an apology to the fans. For obvious reasons, I will not be present at the next shows and I hope you can understand that the terms between companies are what lead to this statement. With Mexico in my heart and with the commitment to represent Mexican wrestling wherever I go ❤️ Infinite thanks to SR Salvador Lutteroth for his good wishes and also to all the unconditional support of my people and my colleagues ❤️ THANK YOU,” she wrote on social media (translated by Google).

Vaquer was the CMLL World Women’s Champion and one-half of the CMLL World Women’s Tag Team Champion with Zeuxis at time of her exit.

“Citing personal reasons, Stephanie Vaquer has elected to depart from the CMLL and NJPW rosters effective immediately,” stated NJPW and CMLL in a joint announcement.

Vaquer will not be appearing at Fantasticamania USA on July 13th and CMLL announced that she has been stripped of both the CMLL World Women’s and World Women’s Tag Team Championships.

At FantasticaMania a new CMLL World Women’s Champion will be crowned in a three way match. It will be Lluvia (CMLL) versus Viva Van (NJPW) versus Willow Nightingale (AEW).

“Both CMLL and NJPW would like to apologize to our fans worldwide for the abrupt announcement,” stated the promotions.

Vaquer recently wrestled at AEW’s Forbidden Door and lost the NJPW Strong Women’s Championship to AEW TBS Champion Mercedes Mone.

Last year, Vaquer filed charges another CMLL wrestler she had been dating, El Cuatrero. She accused him of assaulting her. He was arrested and charged attempted femicide and domestic violence.

CMLL released a statement at the time saying: “We energetically condemn any form of violence against women and reiterate our commitment to promote a life free of violence and harassment in our staff and attendees to our arenas.”

Word from the Mexican publication Record is that Vaquer is heading to WWE. According to them she was fielding offers from both AEW and WWE.

Top Photo: Stephanie Vaquer at AEW Forbidden Door at UBS Arena in Belmont Park, NY, on Long Island, on Sunday, June 30, 2024. Photo by George Tahinos, Slam Wrestling,