Jinder Mahal and Drew McIntyre Also Released

No one is going to miss Mahal. Drew…..are we still OUTRAGED over his loss to Hornswoggle a few weeks ago? It was such an outcry that I can’t remember if it’s over yet. Referee Mark Harris is released as well. This is a big day so far.

10 comments

  1. #MrScissorsKick says:

    Wasn’t McIntyre supposed to be one of the main guys towards the future? I think his gimmick was “The Chosen One” or something along those lines. But, that was 5 YEARS AGO. I thought Drew had some promise. Guess WWE had other plans. Thoughts KB?

    Rocko Reply:

    The crowd was silent for him. Even before the stuff with Tiffany, the crowd just did not react to Drew.

  2. M.R. says:

    Can we give release day an official date so I can look forward to it every year? It’s the most fun I’ve had in wrestling since Wrestlemania.

    ted Reply:

    Do you not like the people who were released?

    M.R. Reply:

    Of course not, they’re simply trimming the useless fat.

    Rocko Reply:

    Yeah that was kind of dark.

  3. Cockadoodledoo says:

    damn 3MB was one of favorite things in wwe. at least Slater is safe for now

  4. Dark Grin says:

    Today’s housecleaning could be a good thing for Mr. Jarrett. I could see him signing a few of these guys. Bring in Brodus as the monster the WWE should’ve presented him as. Evan Bourne as the plucky, high flyin’ underdog. McIntyre in a cocky Rick Rude type role.

  5. #MrScissorsKick says:

    For the record, Brodus Clay and Curt Hawkins signed with Pro Wrestling Syndicate… Whether that’s good or bad is up in the air..

  6. Jay H. (the real one) says:

    The only ones I were surprised by were Drew McIntyre and Teddy Long. The rest were just dead weight and not doing much anyway.