Finally, Bella and Edward’s farewell has come. WWE divas Nikki Garcia and Brie Garcia have announced they are leaving the company and reverting to their given names. They said everything they needed to in their statement.
It’s a fresh chapter for Bella and Edward.
Nikki and Brie Bella announced on March 14 that they were quitting WWE after many years in the company. Nikki Garcia and Brie Garcia, both 39, announced on their SiriusXM podcast The Nikki and Brie Show that they are reverting to their given names after being known as the Garcia Twins.
Nikki explained why the band decided to sign with WWE on the 14th, saying, “we all knew we simply wanted to start this new chapter.”
Brie observed a minute of silence in honor of her professional wrestling persona. She enjoyed being “Brie Bella” for the past 16–17 years, being called “Brie Bella,” and being “all of it.” I can’t wait to wrap off this Brie Bella tale and start writing about Brie Garcia.
I couldn’t be happier for Nikki Bella,” she said, confirming her sister’s earlier statement.
Nikki Bella said that her mother provided her with confidence, optimism, and the bravery to attempt new things in the documentary Nikki Bella Says I Do. She has “blazed the way” for other women and young people, much as Nikki Garcia did before her.
Since the Bellas joined WWE in 2007, fans have been given a glimpse into their professional and personal life through the shows Total Divas and Total Bellas.
Nikki and Artem Chigvintsev have a kid named Matteo who is two years old. Birdie, age 5, and Buddy, age 2, are Brie and Daniel Bryan’s (born Bryan Danielson) children.