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She has a story to tell. There are all kinds of wrestlers in the industry and some of them have very interesting stories. Some of them are inspiring stories that you will not see almost anywhere else, while others are much sadder stories that happen to have a happy ending. Now another of the sadder stories is going to tell her story in a longer form than most get to use.

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AEW’s Saraya appeared on Insight With Chris Van Vliet where she discussed writing a book about her life and struggles with drug addiction. Saraya is not sure on what the book will cover or whether it should be split into multiple books. She also promised that the book will include the dark side of her life and addiction issues. There was no release date included, but Saraya said the book would take a year or two to write.

She has come a long way. Check out Saraya’s time in AEW:

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Opinion: If there was one AEW star whose life story could be interesting, Saraya would be near the top of the list. Not only did she have the story of getting to WWE, which was interesting enough to make it into a feature length movie, but then everything went in a different direction shortly thereafter. That is the kind of a story that is worth telling and I could go for hearing it first hand.

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