WWE continues to grow its young superstars

In recent weeks we have seen several athletes leave the WWE for various reasons

by Simone Brugnoli
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WWE continues to grow its young superstars
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In recent weeks we have seen several athletes leave the WWE for various reasons, including those who did not want to renew his agreement with the company, as wrestling legend Becky Lynch or Ricochet to those who instead the company has not intentionally renewed its agreement, as Dijak or Damon Kemp, with the two who greeted everyone on their social networks, before leaving the email with which they will now receive new booking.

There is even someone else who has remained to work on the WWE ring but who has been moved to roster, since the plans for him in the various major shows of Monday Night Raw and Friday Night SmackDown were no longer prolific.

We are talking about Cedric Alexander and Ashante Thee Adonis, with the two who appeared tonight on the new episode of NXT, as new members of the roster. Cedric was introduced by none other than GM in person, Ava, with The Rock’s daughter welcoming the new athlete from the main roster, while Ashante Adonis was introduced by manager Robert Stone, with the former member of the Hit Row who has now separated from his teammates for several months and who could not find space in the main roster to do anything else.

Two superstars switch to NXT

The last one in chronological order to be released in the last few hours is Damon Kemp, brother of Gable Steveson, who had done the same thing just a few months ago, with the NXT wrestler who confirmed it with a tweet on his X profile, writing: "I am no longer under contract with WWE.

Forever grateful to the people I met and for the experiences I’ve had. For business requests - [email protected]". Thus ends the story of the Steveson family with the WWE, with the brother winner of an Olympic medal in wrestling that had been released a few months before, for not agreeing to reduce the engagement, despite it was never really used by WWE.

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