Some former WWE superstars react to releases

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Some former WWE superstars react to releases

As reported recently, WWE released eight other athletes from the main roster, in the Italian night, with eight WWE Superstars who are no longer so part of the main roster of the McMahon company, due to a budget cut policy.

which seems to be slipping out of the hands of the Stamford federation. While Italy was falling asleep, in the United States the WWE launched its latest blow on releases, going to lay off: John Morrison, the entire Hit Row stable, Tegan Nox, Drake Maverick, Jaxson Ryker and Shane Thorne, with some of these athletes not seen in the WWE main roster rings for weeks now, with their future no better off on the Stamford-based company square.

As soon as they became aware of the thing, several athletes wanted to have a warm say on the matter, with John Morrison's wife not reacting in the best way, after she too was released in the last wave of November and with several other dismissed people who have taken it philosophically, perhaps because in part they already expected it.

WWE superstars react to releases

After seeing the umpteenth layoffs coming like a bolt from the blue, several wrestlers wanted to have their say, with messages that immediately jumped in the eyes of WWE Universe fans on Twitter.

Surely, one of those who will have been more bitter about it, both for her and for her husband, is Franky Monet, the ex-Taya Valkyrie, who was hired on the NXT roster and was then released just a few months after her debut in the third WWE brand, which has now also seen her husband John Morrison fired, with both members of the couple being therefore currently without work and without a fixed income at home.

Jax kicked off her main roster run in 2016, after a two-year stint in NXT. She spent the next few years feuding with some of the top stars in the Women's division. Her biggest WWE moment came at WrestleMania 34, where she defeated her former on-screen best friend Alexa Bliss to win her first and only RAW Women's title.

Nia Jax is also a two-time Women's Tag Team title winner along with Shayna Baszler. She was quite a controversial name back when she was a WWE mainstay, mainly due to her in-ring work. Jax was accused of being unsafe on several occasions. Things only worsened for her when she made fun of the accusations on social media.