One WWE Superstar could be on his way out of the WWE.
That WWE star is Neville. There have been rumors going around on Tuesday that former Cruiserweight Champion Neville requested his release from WWE on Monday. As noted, Neville was initially scheduled to lose to Enzo Amore in the main event lumberjack match on Raw this week. However, plans changed to Kalisto defeating Amore for the title.
Ryan Satin of Pro Wrestling Sheet is reporting that the reason the plans were changed is due to Neville walking out before the show. Satin would point out that an account using the handle @WrestleVotes tweeted today saying Neville quit. According to Satin, there is some truth in that claim.
In an update, F4Wonline.com has been able to confirm that Neville did walk out of Raw before the show began and that his future is up in the air. WWE has officially denied that he quit the promotion.
It should be noted that Neville did not appear on WWE 205 Live on Tuesday night and his profile remains on the WWE website as of this writing. The WWE fanbase has sounded off on this story as seen below:
Neville began his wrestling career in North East England back in 2004 with a small promotion, the Independent Wrestling Federation (IWF), and after establishing himself in the United Kingdom with promotions including Real Quality Wrestling and One Pro Wrestling Nu Wrestling Evolution, Pro Wrestling Guerrilla (PWG), Ring of Honor, Chikara, and Dragon Gate. While in Dragon Gate, he won the Open the Brave, Triangle and Twin Gate Championship in the latter promotion. He is a former PWG World Tag Team Champion, and winner of PWG's inaugural Dynamite Duumvirate Tag Team Title Tournament with Roderick Strong.
He signed with WWE in 2012 and was placed in WWE's developmental territory NXT. While in NXT, he is one of three men (the other two men being The Revival's Scott Dawson and Dash Wilder) to win the NXT Tag Team Championship twice with his first reign being one-half of the inaugural champions with Oliver Grey and the other reign with Corey Graves.
He is also a one-time NXT Champion, thus making him the first (and only) man to have held both the NXT Championship and the NXT Tag Team Championship. Fast forward to 2015, he was called up to the main roster was later drafted to Raw in the 2016 draft. He is a two-time Cruiserweight Champion.
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