Neville must part ways with the WWE before it is too late

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Prior to WWE's brand split, talent on the company's roster were rumoured to be given the opportunity to progress, no matter their level.

This meant mid-card and lower-card talent would finally have the chance to compete for prestigious title belts, instead of the same big names emerging victorious week in, week out.

A few months on however, it seems fans have reason to be left disappointed still, as WWE have given little more focus to its less-pronounced stars, and do not seem to have any intention of doing so in the near future.


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Unfair treatment 

One of the company's current stars who those in charge have neglected of late, is 'the man that gravity forgot'; Neville.

Upon making his return from an ankle injury he sustained in a match during March of this year, Neville appeared to be in better shape than ever.

Vince McMahon as well as others in charge of the WWE however, seemed to have continued in putting Neville at the bottom of the list with regard to who deserves the most attention.

Turning point

Having recently turned 30, Neville is at a point in his career where assessing whether or not he is at the most beneficial place for him, is of high priority. 

There is no denying that wherever the Englishman chooses to wrestle, he would stand out because of his unique in-ring style should he be booked in the right way.

WWE still do not seem to have quite grasped this, as just this week Neville's talents were yet again wasted in an average match during the WWE Live event in London against Bo Dallas.

The Newcastle-born star was however interviewed straight after the match and made it clear he loves to wrestle in his home country.

Whilst nothing has yet been confirmed, it should be noted that there are many wrestling promotions all over the world which would not only love to welcome Neville, but would also showcase his talent in the way it deserves to be seen. 

Would Neville's departure be best for business as well as the man himself? Have your say in the comments section below!

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