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WWE targeted Triple H’s men in the final round of NXT releases

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In the last few months, WWE has released several employees, including WWE Superstars. It started with the release of superstars like Chelsea Green and Mickey James in April last year. Great talent was released last year, and it looks like the company has started releasing more talent this year.

In June, WWE underwent another phase of the company’s downsizing, and it included several major names. These include Aleister Black and Buddy Murphy. Unfortunately, WWE released a few more superstars a few weeks ago. These include Nia Jax, Carrion Cross, Kate Lee, Mia Yim and others.

That’s not all, because WWE has brought out more talent, including John Morrison, Drake Maverick, Tegan Nox. WWE has also decided to start the new year in the worst possible way by releasing William Regal, Road Dogg, Timothy Thatcher, Danny Burch, Allison Danger and Ace Steel, along with writer Ryan Katz.

According to Warrior selection, The latest editions of WWE appear to have been made to remove employees hired by Triple H.

There was a ton of cuts that surprised NXT staff on Wednesday, WWE told Fightful, “With the ongoing evolution of NXT 2.0, we decided to say goodbye to some of the staff at our Performance Center. We thank them for their contributions over the years and wish them all the best. ” Unanimously, the staff, who are familiar with the talent and personal computer, NXT and NXT 2.0, said it was directly to remove many Triple H mercenaries, with the exception of Allison Danger. WWE officials who spoke to us did not deny this, and even said it with kind words in their statements.

This led to a major overhaul, and most of the Triple H-era NXT names were abandoned by the company.

Over the past year, WWE has released more than 90 talents. WWE has now decided to release as many talents and members of its staff as possible, and they are unlikely to stop any time soon. Unfortunately, we have to see who it will be.

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