WWE Release List: Bollywood Boyz, Fandango, Tyler Breeze among others to get released by WWE from WWE NXT and 205 Live: In WWE’s latest round of release, the company released several stars from WWE NXT and 205 Live on July 25. The stars to face the axe include Bollywood Boyz (Singh Brothers), Fandango, Tyler Breeze, Killian Dain, Ariya Daivari, Marina Shafir, Ever-Rise, Arturo Ruas, Tony Nese August Grey, and Curt Stallion.
WWE releases today:
The Bollywood Boyz
— B/R Wrestling (@BRWrestling) June 25, 2021
WWE Release List: Ever since the pandemic, WWE has been actively releasing talents. Earlier they released Alexander Wolfe, Vanessa Borne, Kavita Devi, Jessamyn Duke, Skyler Story, Ezra Judge, and referees Drake Wuertz & Jake Clemons were among those who have been axed. On June 2 the former Universal Champion Braun Strowman along with Buddy Murphy, Lana, Ruby Riott, Santana Garrett, and Aleister Black got released.
WWE Release List: After the release, Alexander Wolfe took to his official Twitter handle addressing the fans and thanking the WWE management for the support they bestowed on him in the last 6 years.- This is what he wrote,
“Just for the record: My WWE contract will expire on June 15th. That means I’m a free agent on June 16th. I have a lot in my head right now so let’s keep it short: Thank you @WWENXT @WWE for 6 years. Bye bye.”
Here’s the Tweet,
Just for the record:
My WWE contract will expire on June 15th.
That means I'm a free agent on June 16th.
I have a lot in my head right now
so let's keep it short:
— Axel The Axeman Tischer (@axeman3016) May 19, 2021
Wolfe’s exit was almost predicted after this week’s NXT
On this week’s episode of WWE NXT, it was seen in a segment that two of the Imperium members attacked Wolfe from behind and take him down.- This was perhaps a way of WWE writing of Wolfe from TV.
Kavita Devi’s exit was a big shock for Indian fans
Kavita Devi, WWE’s first-ever female professional wrestler, was also among those who faced the axe this week due to budget cuts. Kavita, who signed her WWE contract in 2017 and competed in the inaugural Mae Young Classic tournament, was mostly used as a part-time performer in WWE NXT.
The 34-year old former powerlifter and TV presenter last made a televised appearance in July 2019, after which she had to rush back to India due to a family emergency. Since then, she was never able to make a comeback owing to COVID-19 restrictions and all. The biggest highlight of her 2-year WWE career was making her only appearance at the ‘Showcase of Immortals’ Wrestlemania 34 as one of the competitors in the Women’s Battle Royal.