WWE released several employees including WWE Superstars over the past several months. This began with the release of Superstars such as Chelsea Green and Mickie James in April 15th last year, and the year before saw another mass tax day release. An astounding number of talents have been released two years and that trend is not likely to stop.

Back in June, WWE held yet another round of cuts from the company and it included several big names. Among them include the likes of Aleister Black and Buddy Murphy. Unfortunately, WWE released several Superstars again a couple of weeks ago. This included the likes of Nia Jax, Karrion Kross, Keith Lee, Mia Yim and more.

That was not all as WWE has released even more talents including John Morrison, Drake Maverick, Tegan Nox. WWE also decided to kick off the new year in the worst way possible as they released the likes of William Regal, Road Dogg, Timothy Thatcher, Danny Burch, Allison Danger, and Ace Steel along with writer Ryan Katz.

According to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, LinkedIn noted that WWE’s workforce has dropped by 18% over the past two years, along with an 8% drop last year. Several fields had seen a hit as well including Communications jobs and the like.

Based on data from LinkedIn, the WWE work force has declined 18 percent over the past two years with an eight percent drop in 2021. Media and Communications jobs were down 10 percent, Arts & Design down nine percent, Operations remained the same, Marketing was down 16 percent, Accounting was up six percent, Administration was down 15 percent, Business Development down five percent, Community and Social Services down seven percent, Engineering was up two percent, Human Resources was down three percent and Information Technology was down three percent

Over 90 talents have been released by WWE in the past year or so. WWE is determined to release as many talents and members of their staff as they can at this point in time and it is highly unlikely they will stop anytime soon.

Subhojeet Mukherjee

Subhojeet has been a massive fan of professional wrestling for over 22 years, since the early days of the Monday Night Wars. Aside from wrestling, he also is into TV shows, movies, Anime, novels and a lot of music.

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