Vince McMahon and Triple H.

Another WWE superstar bites the dust: Former champion reportedly released

The coronavirus pandemic has affected a lot of the sporting world with many occasions and tournaments getting postponed or cancelled. However, WWE continued to carry its reveals at their efficiency middle in Florida with out the crowds. This 12 months’s WrestleMania was additionally telecasted with out the presence of an viewers and was a two-night affair. Even although WWE is holding its reveals, the issue of job losses has affected the wrestlers.

Cost-cutting has been on the thoughts of a number of prime corporations as a result of financial slowdown skilled as a result of pandemic and it has jolted the skilled wrestling trade additionally.

WWE launched a number of wrestlers in April whereas additionally chopping ties with former tag group champion Curtis Axel.

However, now it has been reported by Ryan Satin of Pro Wrestling Sheet that WWE has launched Drew Gulak. Then, Sean Ross Sapp of reported that Gulak was moved from the energetic wrestler listing to the alumni part on

Sapp stated that Gulak’s “contract was coming due or expired and he chose not to re-sign.”

Gulak joined WWE’s primary roster in 2016 and predominantly wrestled within the cruiserweight division and gained the NXT cruiserweight title, which he held for 108 days in 2019.

Gulak was lately concerned in a storyline with Daniel Bryan, the place they fashioned a tag group. He even posted movies of himself coaching Bryan.


Here are a few of the different wrestlers launched by WWE-

Kurt Angle, Rusev (Miroslav Barnyashev), Drake Maverick (James Curtin), Zack Ryder (Matthew Cardona), Curt Hawkins (Brian Myers), Karl Anderson (Chad Allegra), Luke Gallows (Drew Hankinson), Heath Slater (Heath Miller), Eric Young (Jeremy Fritz), Rowan (Joseph Ruud), Sarah Logan (Sarah Rowe), No Way Jose (Levis Valenzuela), Mike Chioda, Mike Kanellis (Mike Bennett), Maria Kanellis, EC3 (Michael Hutter), Aiden English (Matthew Rehwoldt), Lio Rush (Lionel Green), Primo (Edwin Colon) and Epico (Orlando Colon Nieves).