2020 was one of the years that more than others saw WWE greet, voluntarily or not, several of its athletes. Starting from the layoffs in April, but also in the following months, the management's problems in dealing with its athletes have been various.
And according to what is bouncing back from America, a new painful goodbye may soon come. 'WresteVotes' anticipated this in a tweet with tones that several social users have contested. The source says he is sure of what he says, but his information sounds as important as it is poor in detail.
With an indication, however, which makes it clear that this is very confidential information. "I cannot reveal the name, because it would not be smart to do so," explains the manager of the well-known account, "but in extreme confidence I can say that a specific WWE superstar has decided not to renew his contract with the company when his agreement is currently in course will have expired."
WWE Superstar has decided to leave
In other words, it is a WWE Superstar, apparently of high or very high level, who has already decided to leave when his contract is over. There is no further clue, which at least allows us to frame which roster the wrestler in question belongs to.
Aspect that, as mentioned, Twitter users did not like it, but they have already unleashed the "toto-name" in the comments on the post. Among the most popular are certainly Cesaro, Shinsuke Nakamura and Adam Cole, but also Ali, Jeff Hardy and AJ Styles for some are authoritative candidates.
Someone goes even further and produces an even broader list in which Sami Zayn, Kevin Owens, Tommaso Ciampa, Roderick Strong, Cedric Alexander and Aleister Black stand out among others. It is useless, however, to make inferences, at least until comments arrive from the WWE or the same 'WrestleVotes' adds more information.
What is certain is that the tweet in question has already unleashed a small crawl space. Despite not having said, in the end, nothing concrete. A few high-profile names have been engaged in contract negotiations in recent months, and the most prominent name on the list was Rey Mysterio.
The WWE Legend reportedly signed a contract extension, and he is back playing a pivotal role in the main event scene on RAW. Several WWE Superstars have been released over the past few months due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and a handful of them voluntarily wanted to leave the company.