To say that the latest WWE cuts from the 4th of November were insane, would perhaps be putting it way too mildly. They were certainly severe and now the released wrestlers are left to pick up the pieces of their lives and move on from a questionable experience in the big leagues of professional wrestling.
Many had a lot of things to say, some challenging the authoritative figure that they worked under and some a tad more accepting in the fate that they were dealt, essentially trying to make the most out of it all.
Franky Money (Taya Valkyrie) stated: “I’ll say the hardest thing for me to process after being released, is realizing the amount of ppl that lied to me. Some of ya’ll should be ashamed.”
She is a previous Knockouts Champion and was a 3-time AAA Reina de Reinas Champion – a title currently held by Deonna Purrazzo. To say that Taya will be more than fine is okay to assume, as she has had quite the career already and was completely underutilized by NXT.
They decided to go more of a sensual way with her, and she is gorgeous, respectfully speaking, but she is an incredible athlete, and with a pro wrestler like her, you always go with the athletic aspect…capitalize on that, which is what fans expected when she premiered only this year.
It would seem as though Keith Lee is making the most of his time. He posted a photo of himself at the move theater with a caption to update fans.
“Went from being home 0-1 day a week for a plethora of months to stumbling upon some free time… so I took care of some important business.”
Lee is also set to marry Mia Yim – something that she is obviously quite excited about according to one of her very own tweets. “I can’t wait to marry you,” Mia Yim tweeted out along with a photo of the engaged couple.
Ember Moon seems to have ben hit emotionally by the news of her release as well, but she’s not letting it get in the way of her time in the gym or with her gaming console.
“No matter what comes you way today keep your chin up! I know I am ! Gym done now back into #FarCry6”
She and both Karrion Kross should be more than alright as well, much like the aforementioned Franky Monet, as they can end up at Impact or AEW, as many have speculated already. Ember is constricted to a 90-day no-compete clause, but once those 90 days are up, I’d say watch out for her.