Some of the wrestlers who WWE had previously released in 2020 and 2021 have now been brought back in the company thanks to Triple H.
A number of well-known talents, like Dexter Lumis, Bray Wyatt, Braun Strowman, Hit Row, Karrion Kross, Gargano and others, have recently joined the business again.
Under Triple H, WWE hasn’t frequently released wrestlers from it’s talent pool. However, the most recent round of WWE NXT layoffs is now in progress.
On Tuesday, Bryan Alvarez stated that “a few NXT cuts” are anticipated for today, but he didn’t specify who they could be.
Earlier this year Dave Meltzer had hinted about similar things, stating that WWE developmental division would have people released regularly if they don’t improve.
Five NXT stars and a handful of performance centre trainees were sacked by the company, as reported by a PWInsider report. Famous Chase U member Bodhi Hayward is reportedly on the list.
I will always appreciate him being my first scholarship athlete, but more importantly I will always appreciate his friendship. Keep going‼️🙌🏼 pic.twitter.com/f0buZjZuKB
— Andre Chase (@AndreChaseWWE) November 1, 2022
Hayward frequently featured on NXT TV and had even defeated Carmelo Hayes and Trick Williams, teaming up with Andre Chase.
Sloane Jacobs, Erica Yan, Damaris Griffin, and Ru Feng make up the remaining members of the list. NXT and NXT Level Up have both featured Jacobs in the past.
While Feng hasn’t performed on NXT since November of last year, Griffin competed in four matches on NXT Level Up. Yan, on the other hand, made her NXT debut in her lone appearance.
What a match on what a show. Both will go down in history. https://t.co/ogMwkqXgL9
— nigel mcguinness (@McGuinnessNigel) September 3, 2022
Nigel McGuinness was among the famous figures recently fired by the company in addition to these superstars. Nigel worked for NXT UK as a part of commentary team.
In accordance with earlier this year’s revelation by Dave Meltzer, WWE development brand personnel will be subject to termination every 90 days if they do not demonstrate improvement.