On Thursday, WWE wanted to confirm its umpteenth releases, which this time hit eight Superstars on the main roster, eliminating the contracts that linked it to John Morrison, Tegan Nox, the full Hit Row, Drake Maverick, Shane Thorne and Jaxson Ryker.
All this was obviously justified as a budget cut by the Stamford-based company, which behind this justification has included several recent cuts, such as those of Braun Strowman, Bray Wyatt, Nia Jax, Aleister Black and several other very important names in the recent history of the company.
Apparently, in the last few hours, these new cuts would have destabilized even more the internal environments of the federation, with some wrestlers and insiders who would have been very surprised by the names that WWE wanted to cut in this phase, especially for not having them never given any kind of real chance in the main roster rings.
WWE has released many superstars
Recently released WWE superstar Isaiah "Swerve" Scott has reacted to his release from WWE in typical 'rapper' fashion. Earlier today, Isaiah Scott and the other two members of The Hit Row were released from their WWE contracts.
The fourth member of the faction, B-Fab, was also released earlier this month. According to what was revealed in the last hours by the well-known Fightful Select, it would seem that the name of Isaiah Scott, the former Killshot of Lucha Underground, seen in several independent companies before the arrival at NXT, would be sought after by many large wrestling companies, American and not, even if at the moment the names of these promotions have not been mentioned.
Apparently, the boy was the only one in the Hit Row stable who looked like he could have a great future in WWE, but regardless of that, Vince McMahon still wanted to fire him, to eliminate the whole stable, having no single plans for him.
As for Top Dolla, another very famous member of the Hit Row stable, it seems that the former football player athlete had already attracted a lot of heat in the backstage of the company, especially after attacking the Young Bucks and the AEW on social media, something that WWE always advises not to do to all its crew (and above all it does not look favorably upon).
Although Isaiah "Swerve" Scott had only one match on WWE's main roster, the star, along with the other members of Hit Row, was famous among the NXT fans.