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Reports claim that Neville has quit the WWE

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Shocking rumours have emerged claiming that former Cruiserweight Champion Neville has quit the WWE.

Neville had been expected to face Enzo Amore for the Cruiserweight Championship on RAW on Monday night, however Kalisto was placed in the Championship match and Neville was nowhere to be seen despite the entire Cruiserweight division surrounding the ring.

End of his run?

Neville has dominated the Cruiserweight division since winning the title back at the Royal Rumble but strong rumours have claimed that he requested his release from WWE prior to Monday's episode of RAW going on the air.


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Prowrestlingsheet have reported that Neville walked out before the show as he was scheduled to lose his title match against Amore.

There has been no official word on Neville's status as of yet however but his absence on RAW was noticeable.

It is worth noting that not all superstars who demand their release see their wish granted but at this juncture, it is considered highly unlikely that Neville will appear in WWE again.

If Neville does leave the company, he will become the second high profile Cruiserweight superstar this year to leave.

Neville could be following in the footsteps of his WrestleMania opponent Austin Aries who left the company after a string of booking decisions that went against him.

While there is no official word to confirm the rumours, Prowrestlingsheet has reportedly contacted several sources and there does appear to be some truth behind the story.

Possibly to make the situation worse for the former Champion, Kalisto emerged victorious in the match against Amore where the British superstar was scheduled to lose.

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