For the past few months, WWE has been releasing several Superstars and also members of staff from the company, in a move that continues to get criticized by fans and pro wrestlers alike.

WWE released another slew of WWE Superstars recently and this included the likes of veterans such as Tyler Breeze and then Killian Dain as well. This certainly came as shock to fans.

While speaking on the Ringside Rant podcast, Killian Dain talked about his WWE release, being optimistic about the fact that he left the company as a much better competitor than when Dain joined. Killian Dain also noted that the release was just the thing he needed to complete his bucket list.

“I’m leaving in great shape. I’m probably about as healthy as I’ve been in six or seven years, and I’ve got five years of television experience, working with the likes of Shawn Michaels, Fit Finlay, William Regal, all of these guys I idolized as a child, as a teen and as a wrestler, all of these people that had been helping us when I was in NXT and on the main roster. So the reason that I’m quite positive is I’m definitely leaving a much better talent than when I started. I’m pretty excited to get out there again, almost like [I can] bring my knowledge wherever I go. It’s hard not to be optimistic because the world’s opening up again, and we’re in this position almost on the other side of COVID where it’ll be easier for people like me to get around the world. I still have a few things on the bucket list to do, this kinda gives me the kick up the arse that I need to make those things happen.”


While Killian Dain is no longer working in WWE, there is no doubt he will not stop doing what he loves and that is wrestling. We will have to see what is next in store for Killian Dain.

h/t to WrestleZone for the quotes.

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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