Alberto Del Rio expected to leave the WWE soon

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The WWE have been incredibly busy in the past 48 hours, suspending three separate superstars.

Alberto Del Rio, Paige, and Eva Marie are all going to be out of action for the next 30 days for violating the Wellness Policy. 

And it seems like one of those stars isn't too happy with everything that has been going done, as rumours are now going around that Del Rio is getting ready to quit.


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According to a report from Cageside Seats, as part of their daily Rumour Roundup, Del Rio is considering quitting the company as soon as he can.

"It's now expected that Alberto Del Rio will leave WWE just as soon as he's legally able to do so," they wrote.

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Thankfully, for WWE fans across the globe, Del Rio's other half - the anti-diva Paige - is not expected to follow in his footsteps.

"Paige is not expected to do the same," they added.

There have been rumours about Del Rio potentially leaving for a while now. We reported earlier this year that Del Rio was probably going to exploit a clause in his contract that allows him to leave after a certain date.

That date appears to be in October, meaning we may only have two months left of the once-promising Alberto Del Rio return.

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