In recent months and weeks, there has been no respite for all the roster of WWE athletes, with the repeated and continuous cuts that have certainly not made the Stamford company wrestlers sleep peacefully and not even the fans of the federation number.
one in the world, after having witnessed multiple cuts, even very important ones, such as those of Braun Strowman, Lana, Aleister Black and many others. Hiding behind the alleged budget cuts necessary for the health of the WWE coffers, for the problems related to the pandemic already arrived last year, the Stamford company went to fire more than 200 employees, among the insiders of the backstage, on-screen wrestlers, referees, road agents and so on and so forth, not counting the 2020 releases, including several high-profile executives who have worked with McMahons for decades.
More changes to the WWE backstage are on the way
Apparently, according to what was revealed in the last few hours by the well-known Fightful Select podcast, WWE would be preparing further drastic changes also within its backstage, although at the moment it is not known what these changes will lead to and if these changes will be also visible on-screen.
In the last speech of the journalists to the microphones of the podcast, it was in fact revealed that: "We have been told that new changes are to be expected in WWE, including some really big changes in the coming days and weeks that affect backstage." Given that in recent weeks the WWE seems to have rethought us on several very important choices such as the releases of Samoa Joe or Aleister Black, now the patron of the federation will think about it before going to drastically cut some other big name, then pulling himself into anger.
of all his collaborators. Vince McMahon is looking to replenish the main rosters of RAW and SmackDown in the weeks ahead after several rounds of releases this year. NXT talent such as Shotzi Blackheart, Scarlett, NXT Champion Karrion Kross, and North American Champion Bronson Reed have already worked dark matches prior to RAW and SmackDown, with the latter two working singles matches that aired on WWE Main Event last week. But this appears to be just the tip of the iceberg.