Eva Marie will soon disappear off WWE programming once her contract expires, according to PWInsider.com. WWE officials have kept their mouth tight on Eva Marie’s contract situation and potential departure to keep fans interested in "Total Diva."

Marie, who has been one of the main casts of the television series since 2013, hasn’t made any appearance in the WWE ring ever since she was suspended for 30 days for violating the company’s wellness policy in August.

Even back then, speculations were already growing that the WWE will be parting ways with Marie, (Natalie Coyle in real life) largely because she hasn’t developed into a respectable in-ring performer despite assigning her to its developmental division, WWE NXT.

PWInsider added the possibility of WWE and Marie agreeing to a contract extension is relatively small, especially now that Coyle is already starting a career in show-business.

Damien Sandow’s wrestling career on hold

Another former WWE superstar who is hoping to make a name for himself in Hollywood is Damien Sandow. The former Money in the Bank winner and inaugural Impact Wrestling world champion reportedly booked a role in a Lions Gate produced movie "Public Disturbance." In an interview on Sean Waltman’s X-Pac 12360, Sandow said his wrestling career is currently on hold because of his current priorities, and he doesn’t know if he’ll ever return to a wrestling ring again.

“I assure you the boots are not burnt.

You know, will I ever lace them up again? I don’t know. I’m a very transparent person, especially with the fans. I’m not going to lie and say, ‘oh I’ll be back.’ You know I don’t know if I’ll be back maybe I will maybe I won’t you know,” said Sandow, who admitted that he missed his interactions with the fans.

Tight End on the squared circle

Mojo Rawley believes his pal, New England Patriots tight-end Rob Gronkowski has the tools to be a superstar in WWE. Rawley told FOX Sports’ Nick Schwartz that ‘Gronk’ got ‘WWE superstar written all over him.’ Other than the Pats’ larger-than-life personality, Rawley thinks his friend has the right body-built and mindset to excel in sports entertainment.

“The guy’s cued up for a career, man. You look at everything he’s done with his life outside of the gridiron, he’s got WWE superstar written all over him,” said Rawley, who won this year’s ‘Andre The Giant’ Battle Royale after getting some assistance from Gronk at Wrestlemania 33.