WWE's 'fresh start' seemingly hasn't come into full effect yet, but we're starting to see glimpses of what the fans want.
The pushes of Finn Balor and Andrade are the most notable changes to recent storylines that the WWE Universe have been pushing for, and both seem like they're going to have great a 2019.
And a returning John Cena has also freshened things up, he's been involved with Becky Lynch on SmackDown and played a major part in the Fatal Four-Way on Raw this week, where he took the fall for Balor.
You can't please everyone in this situation though, and there are superstars who were already getting limited television time who are at risk of disappearing completely.
And it seems as though some of the talent are far from happy with the 'fresh start', and a few have even gone as far as requesting their release from the company.
According to Pro Wrestling Sheet, Mike and Maria Kanellis have both apparently asked to leave WWE, presumably to go back to the independent scene where they would be better used.
Mike never took off on the main roster and has been restricted to four SmackDown Live matches in nearly two years.
But the bigger loss could be in the form of Raw tag team The Revival.
Fightful are reporting that WWE have reason to fear that Dash Wilder and Scott Dawson are trying to 'finish up' after a situation apparently unfolded at Raw this week.
We do wonder if it has been to do with their booking, and you can't blame them to be fair as they've been booked against the Lucha House Party for the last two months, when they arguably should be Raw Tag Team Champions.
What's more interesting is the fact that Wilder himself trademarked the #FTR hashtag, which was first mentioned on the Being The Elite YouTube show created by The Young Bucks, who now just so happen to have created their own promotion - All Elite Wrestling.
So there is every chance that The Revival are trying to force through a move to pastures new where they will be treated as seriously as they were in NXT all those years ago.News Now - Sport News