Maria Kanellis says WWE sent her a trash bag full of belongings too



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Maria Kanellis says WWE sent her a trash bag full of belongings too

In the last few hours, a new scandal has emerged in WWE circles, created for the photo posted by Mickie James in the past few hours on her Twitter profile, with which the former ring champion of the company wanted to make everyone aware of the behavior of some federation executive, who had the courage to send her personal belongings back home to her at the federation's ThunderDome in Tampa immediately after the release arrived on April 15 like a bolt from the blue.

The personal effects of James, in fact, were shipped in a black garbage bag, with several members of the WWE main roster, as well as several members of the WWE Universe, who wanted to immediately express their closeness to the wrestler, lashing out at the leadership of the Stamford federation.

Maria Kanellis was axed from WWE as part of last year’s April 15th releases. She tweeted out to confirm that she got a bag of her stuff in the same way as Mickie James did.

Maria Kanellis had a pretty interesting year in 2019

Apparently, the treatment reserved for James would not have been a simple joke or a simple mistake on the part of some insider, but a real practice, which someone has been using for years after the releases of the federation.

To confirm these words, in fact, the former McMahon wrestler and manager, Maria Kanellis, thought of it, who you will remember being one of those names released last year, when hundreds of athletes, referees, road agents and Stamford office clerks.

Even the beautiful wife of Mike Bennett, known in the WWE rings as Mike Kanellis, received the exact same treatment as her colleague Mickie, complete with a tweet, which testifies to her, posted on her Twitter account. "Last year I got one too."

Apparently, WWE is said to use this method a little for all its released talents, denoting a lack of respect and professionalism that from a company so important and so attentive would never be expected. Who knows if there will be any stance and action taken by the McMahon leadership now? Maria Kanellis had a pretty interesting year in 2019 and went on to become the WWE 24/7 Champion.

She was released by WWE following WrestleMania 36 in 2020 as a part of the company's budget cuts stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic. Candice LeRae is doing pretty well for herself on WWE TV currently. She is one of the most popular female superstars on WWE NXT.