WWE: Solomon Crowe has left NXT

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NXT is the place to be right now, with the WWE developmental division putting on some of the best wrestling in the world.

Complete with most of the biggest indy wrestling stars from around the globe - with the likes of Finn Balor, Hideo Itami, Apollo Crews and more all currently showcasing their talents at Full Sail.

However, that hasn't been the case for one promising young wrestler, who has left NXT and the WWE.


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Crowe Quits

According to a report from Mike Johnson of PW Insider, it has now been confirmed that Solomon Crowe has left the company. He hadn't been seen on NXT television for a while.

Crowe, who wrestled on the indies as Sami Callahan, reportedly asked to be released from his contract and it seems that has now been granted by the powers that be at the Performance Center.

The 28-year-old Crowe had created a great reputation for himself on the independent scene and was an exciting get for the WWE when it was announced that he had signed back in 2013.

Sadly, that hype didn't really materialize into anything substantial. Crowe debuted with a hacker gimmick that seemed very interesting at the start, with multiple hints of his coming before his debut that suggest a big future for him, but it just wasn't followed up on following his initial push.

Instead, Crowe became little more than an enhancement talent, with a loss to Rhyno being one of the low points of his tenure in the WWE.

Hopefully, he can turn his fortunes around again back on the indies. He'll definitely be a man in high demand.


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