Kayla Braxton, a familiar face on WWE’s backstage segments and a backstage interviewer for SmackDown, recently made an announcement that left fans with mixed emotions. After a long stint as the host of WWE’s The Bump show alongside Matt Camp, Braxton revealed that she is stepping down from her hosting duties. However, she assured her followers that her future with WWE is intact, dispelling any rumors of her departure from the company.
Known for being linked with Paul Heyman, Braxton introduced her replacement, Megan Morant, on Twitter, which sparked concern among fans who misinterpreted it as a sign of her exit from WWE. Quick to address the confusion, she clarified, “Don’t worry. I’m not leaving WWE. 😉” accompanied by a GIF from the movie ‘Wolf of Wall Street,’ depicting a moment of excitement and a big announcement.
The news about her replacement was not only shared on her official Twitter account but was also mentioned in her final episode of The Bump show. Sitting alongside Camp and Morant, Braxton gracefully handed over her hosting responsibility to Morant. While she won’t be the main host anymore, Braxton revealed that she will still be contributing some cool content to the show on a weekly basis.
During the episode, Braxton reminisced about her time as the host, having been part of The Bump since its inception in 2019, totaling 240 episodes. Camp and the other hosts of the show expressed their gratitude for her incredible hosting and acknowledged that they will miss her presence.
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WWE’s The Bump made its debut on October 2, 2019, with none other than the then-Universal Champion, Seth Rollins, as its in-studio guest. Since then, the show has maintained its consistency, premiering on WWE’s YouTube channel every Wednesday. As Braxton embarks on a new chapter in her WWE journey, fans can look forward to seeing her in different capacities, bringing her charisma and charm to various aspects of the WWE universe.