Over the past week, WWE has once again been back on its rosters, firing several NXT, Monday Night Raw and Friday Night Smackdown Superstars, with many unexpected names leaving the company's rings, such as happened too often in the last two years, more precisely since the outbreak of the world pandemic from covid-19.
From April last year onwards, in fact, WWE hasn't looked at anyone anymore, promptly eliminating all those contracts that had been declared superfluous and useless and that took away millions of dollars a year from the number one company in the world of pro-wrestling discipline.
After seeing the likes of Bray Wyatt, Lana, Mickie James, Aleister Black and many others leave the WWE rings, in the latest wave that arrived just a few days ago, Karrion Kross, ex-champion of NXT, who had already undergone a new modification of his gimmick on the main roster and who was ready for a new repackaging on Raw screens, before being fired.
After returning to the ring for an independent event, former WWE Superstar Braun Strowman who, after years working with the WWE, wanted to launch an invitation to the new free agent, Karrion Kross.
Braun Strowman invites Karrion Kross to control "his narrative"
Strowman's invitation comes even though Kross will still have to wait for the 90 days of the non-competition clause with the WWE to be able to return to the wrestling rings.
Strowman recently defeated EC3 in a "Free the Narrative" match-up and this was the message he sent to Kross as well, i.e., to potentially join him in the "Free the Narrative" bandwagon. After putting a video on his Instagram profile, Karrion Kross received this response from Braun Strowman, "It’s time to #ControlYourNarritve (sic) We’re waiting for you!!!"
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