On the Monday Night RAW following WrestleMania 32, the WWE called up a significant amount of talent from NXT to the main roster to give new impetus and make a refreshing change to the WWE landscape.
With new stars being called up all the time from the WWE's developmental territory, it can become harder and harder for main roster talents who were already on the periphery to get any television time whatsoever.
That seems to be the case for someone like Jack Swagger, who appears to be hinting that he could be set to leave the WWE.
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There has been heavy speculation over the weekend that Swagger may be finishing up with the WWE, after the former 'Mr. Money in the Bank' posted a cryptic tweet on Saturday.
Taking to his Twitter account, Swagger tweeted out a picture of what looks like an exit to the arena he wrestled in that day along with a caption that sounded a lot like it was his last day on the job.
"..Best Job I ever had. Last day. #WWEGlasgow"
Swagger's wife Catalina seemingly cleared the air on Twitter, saying he simply meant it was the last day on the European tour. She later deleted that tweet, however, maybe after getting some clarification on the matter from her husband.
Dave Meltzer apparently spoke about the matter on F4WOnline.com's message board.
"I may see his agent tonight," he said.
"I was told he was looking at not renewing his deal and going into MMA some time back. Didn't think at his age that was a good idea. I'll check."
It remains to be seen if Swagger willl leave the company when his contract is up. With so many stars from NXT taking over on the main roster, there is a lot of talent left in the wings with nothing to do, with a cull widely expected this summer as several stars are released.
Unfortunately, the former ECW Champion and WWE Heavyweight Champion may be one of them.
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