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Two misused WWE superstars could soon be leaving the company

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Recent reports have suggested that more WWE superstars could be looking for a way out of their current contracts with the company in order to try and make more money on the independent circuit.

According to the Voices of Wrestling podcast, via NoDQ, some current WWE superstars have seen the success the likes of Cody Rhodes and other former superstars have had away from the company on the independent circuit in terms of money earned and they now want a piece of the pie.

One superstar that has been rumored to have already taken steps towards this is Neville, as last Monday, it was reported he had left the WWE, although this is yet to be confirmed by the company or the man himself and neither party has released a statement on the matter.

The Voices of Wrestling podcast stated that there are some WWE superstars that have approached Cody in order to get advice for their own exit plans from the company, but they did not reveal the names of the superstars.

With this in mind, Cageside Seats has named two superstars that could be leaving the company soon after not physically appearing on Monday Night RAW over the past two weeks as well, just like Neville.

According to their report, after Bray Wyatt and Bo Dallas missed the past two Mondays and the Raw house shows from last weekend, there has been speculation about possible family issues regarding the two superstars, and their status with WWE could be up in the air as well.

Sportskeeda added that while The Eater of Worlds appeared on television as Sister Abigail on October 9 to confront Finn Balor, this was a pre-taped segment. Neither superstar has actually physically been at Monday Night RAW for the past two weeks.


It's also worth noting that Wyatt's real-life partner and ring announcer JoJo Offerman was also absent for this week’s show, so their absence could be related to a family issue, although this is yet to be confirmed.

Wyatt is scheduled to be Sister Abigail this Sunday at TLC: Tables, Ladders, and Chairs against The Demon (Finn Balor), so it will be interesting to see if he appears on RAW the following night after this match takes place. 



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