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Did Neville Quit the WWE?


In regards to the rumors swirling around that Neville walked out of Monday’s WWE Raw there seems to be something to them although it’s not exactly clear what happened. Prior to Tuesday’s SmackDown Live taping there was a report from Pro Wrestling Sheet that Neville may have requested his release from the company.

For those that watched WWE Raw you will have seen that Kalisto won the Cruiserweight Championship in the main event of the show against Enzo Amore, although that wasn’t meant to be the original plan. WWE had originally planned for Neville to face Enzo Amore in the main event with Amore picking up the win to set up a future Cruiserweight title match at the upcoming WWE TLC pay-per-view.

The Wrestling Observer is also now reporting on the matter and has reached out to WWE who have denied Neville quit the company but they also report there are a number of sources that believed that he did in fact walk out and quit before Raw.

WWE will no doubt be trying to resolve matters with Neville to avoid this blowing up anymore.

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Aaron Portier
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