During this year’s edition of the WWE Draft, Hit Row was called up to the WWE main roster, which certainly surprised many fans. The faction was currently part of Friday Night Smackdown and finally made their debut in October.
Unfortunately, B-Fab from Hit Row was let go last month. However, it didn’t stop there as the company decided to release the remaining Hit Row members as well.
Hit Row members Top Dolla, Isaiah “Swerve” Scott, and Ashante “Thee” Adonis have all been released by the company, which definitely shocked and infuriated fans all over the world.
While speaking during a virtual signing with K & S WrestleFest, B-Fab talked about her release from WWE. She admitted that the lack of security in WWE contracts is scary.
“It’s a sad situation because I don’t even know if you can call it a contract because most contracts have to be worked through until they are finished. With them being able to terminate whenever it’s more like an agreement than a contract. If you want to live your life, you can’t put your life on hold for this agreement because they can change it whenever they want. It’s kind of hard to plan what you want to do when you don’t know what’s going to happen day-to-day.
It’s not very secure and it’s a scary situation to put yourself in. It’s very difficult to say if it’s even worth it. Now, people are moving from across the country to do this job and you can get cut in six months and you moved your entire life and family over here.”
Even AEW President Tony Khan previously stated that WWE Superstars don’t sign real contracts whatsoever. B-Fab had a 30-day non-compete clause while the rest of the Hit Row members have a 90-day clause. It remains to be seen what is next in store for them in the pro wrestling world.
h/t to Fightful for the quotes.
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