WWE seems to be reluctant to stop releasing athletes and insiders, who have become an economic burden and not for the company's pockets. Even in the night, eight other fairly prominent names were released, with WWE delivering the fateful message that they must now live with for the next 90 days until the non-competition clause with WWE ends and they can then marry elsewhere, where they can give their career a big boost again.
After the latest releases arrived just a few weeks ago and which had included big names like Nia Jax, Eva Marie, Keith Lee and Karrion Kross, including their partners, eight other main roster names were fired tonight, for a lack.
of the future on the main roster rings, with some of them not seen for months in an important storyline of the company.
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With the usual releases arrived delayed in time, the WWE has communicated to its fans and insiders that it has fired the following WWE Superstars in the Italian night: - John Morrison - Tegan Nox - Drake Maverick - Jaxson Ryker - Shane Thorne - Ashante Thee Adonis (Hit Row) - Isaiah "Swerve" Scott (Hit Row) - Top Dolla (Hit Row).
The remaining members of Hit Row were fired, thus joining B-Fab, the only female member of the stable, who had already been fired on November 4th. Although some of these athletes have never even had the opportunity to show off, such as the Hit Row, never included in an important storyline on the main roster or Tegan Nox, who since the separation with Shotzi has never even had a match on- screen in the main roster, WWE has nevertheless wanted to do without such names, in a budget-cutting policy that is literally razing the mid-carding part of the federation's main roster to the ground.
We'll see if more unexpected names arrive in the coming weeks or if WWE may have concluded its budget cuts or various releases in this way. The wrestling community was left shell-shocked once again as WWE released eight superstars earlier today.
The entire roster was sent an email by Head of Talent Relations, John Laurinaitis. Xavier Woods was on G4TV's "Attack of the Show," which was streamed on YouTube. The WWE Superstar was going through his phone during the end of the live stream when he apparently came across WWE's message regarding the recent cuts.
A visibly stunned Xavier Woods stood up and left the frame as other show members looked on with concerned faces. Woods returned after a while and did his best to stay upbeat for the remainder of the show.