WWE has begun its 2021 annual layoffs from the company, resulting in many popular superstars being “future endeavored.” While the pain of seeing your favorite wrestler being let go from the company may sting right now, there is hopefully a light at the end of the tunnel for most of these wrestlers who will continue their careers.
Here’s what happened to most of 2020’s WWE Black Wednesday releases, as many of them found new homes at various other promotions. So while it may hurt now, let’s see how things turned out for others in the same situation. However, it’s going to be a little bit of a wait to see what happens since WWE has a no compete clause in its contracts, so be patient.
While there were many huge names in WWE lost their jobs in 2020, nothing was more emotional and heartbreaking than the passionate video Drake Maverick put out on Twitter after he was let go. However, he was still slated to compete in the Interim NXT Cruiserweight Title Tournament, which took place after his release. Maverick made it into the finals and his release became part of the story. Maverick didn’t win the tournament, but Triple H offered him an NXT contract after the tournament concluded.
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