Lio Rush on Drake Maverick’s NXT Return

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Lio Rush on Drake Maverick’s NXT Return

Lio Rush is a former Worldwide Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) superstar and he spoke about Drake Maverick’s return to NXT. Lio Rush was one of the most controversial Worldwide Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) superstars during his time on WWE RAW and NXT.

Even though he was a talented wrestler, he used to speak against WWE on social media. That led to it his eventual release during the recent Worldwide Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) firings, about two months ago. Lio Rush had a good career in Worldwide Wrestling Entertainment (WWE).

He was paired with the very famous superstar called Bobby Lashley. He was basically Bobby Lashley’s hype man. Lio Rush performed well on several occasions during his time in Worldwide Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) as a solo performer as well.

He was also part of several Worldwide Wrestling Entertainment title pictures as well.

Lio Rush Comment on Drake Maverick's WWE NXT Return

The release of the superstars happened on the 15th of April this year. A few notable superstars were released that day, including Rusev and Kurt Angle.

The Worldwide Wrestling Entertainment would reportedly save around $500,000 per month after releasing the superstars. Since things are slowly getting back to normal, we are now seeing WWE rehire its superstars. WWE is still holding its events inside empty arenas as part of its effort to stop the spread of the virus.

It is reported that WWE might continue holding its events inside empty arenas for a long time. Lio Rush, unfortunately, was not rehired after he was released. WWE basically released a number of its famous wrestlers in an effort to cut down costs during the pandemic.

Reportedly, Drak Maverick has been rehired by WWE. Lio Rush was apparently very unhappy about WWE not rehiring him. He made that clear by a tweet. "Man... Are they going to hire everyone back then? Kind of a slap in the face to use this as a shoot work.

But I guess I'm not surprised. Super happy for anyone getting their job back. But damn, real trauma and a lot of others were apart of this," Rush wrote.