The professional wrestling landscape is changing a lot and this might become an even more frequent trend in the upcoming months. Chris Jericho commented after signing with AEW that he hopes his involvement will encourage others to follow him.
It is reported that WWE is offering their current Superstars double what indie companies are if they are able to show proof. This is very interesting, but it still didn’t change the minds of The Revival and Mike and Maria Kanellis who recently asked for their WWE releases.
Wrestle Votes noted that even though The Revival and The
“Over the past few
weeksWWE has looked into reworking some talent contracts, including offering some talent pay raises. With that said, WWE is not currently looking to lose ANY talent. Those requesting to be released are doing so at the wrong time.”
WWE could release anyone who wants out of their contracts and still be the largest professional wrestling company on the planet.
Perhaps WWE will change their minds and let these Superstars go. However, they could always do what they did with Andrade and give them a push which could tempt them in staying. Either way, it seems that Vince McMahon isn’t looking to help out the competition in any way by releasing Superstars no matter how small they might be or how worried he really is about it.