Saturday, December 9, 2023

WWE is releasing several of its stars following the TKO merger

WWE has started a new wave of layoffs with which they apparently want to get rid of many of the superstars who they did not expect and for whom they had no future plans. In the last few minutes we have reported on the departures of Mustafa Ali, perhaps the most notable so far, and that of Emma, ​​​​who was the second to announce her departure and the first to confirm that she had been fired.

But that’s not the end, and that’s it To Ali and Emma we must also add the losses of Aliyah, Rick Boogs, Elias, Riddick Moss, Top Dolla, Shelton Benjamin and Dolph Ziggler other superstars who are also not part of the WWE.

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The atmosphere in the WWE locker room is one of total tension. Sean Ross Sapp, a journalist at Fightful, has suggested that there was some calm behind the scenes because it was believed that WWE would let uninteresting contracts expire, like All Elite has done in recent months. “Many WWE talent we spoke to felt that after the last year and a half, WWE went the AEW route and simply let contracts expire rather than make massive cuts,” Sapp wrote.

90 day clause in WWE

In an update on the status of the released talents, it was reported that they will all be required to comply with a 90-day non-compete agreement, meaning they will not be able to sign with another professional wrestling company until December 20.

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WWE wrestlers were released in September 2023

    • Mustafa Ali
    • Emma
    • Aliyah
    • Rick Boogs
    • Elias
    • Riddick Moss
    • Top dollar
    • Shelton Benjamin
    • Dolph Ziggler
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