According to PWInsider, WWE has released two employees from the company owing to a number of issues.
WWE has released former Impact Wrestling talent Amanpreet Singh (Mahabali Shera), according to PWInsider.
Shera first started working for TNA’s Ring Ka King promotion in India during December 2011. He later signed with TNA in September 2014 and last appeared on Impact TV in November 2017, but his release came two months earlier.
Shera signed with WWE in January 2018 and reported to the WWE Performance Center in February. He made his WWE NXT live event debut on March 1 in Ocala, Florida, defeating Dan Matha at a live event. Shera has worked several NXT live events since then but never made it to TV. His recent matches came on August 30 in Jacksonville, FL, a loss with Jason to The War Raiders, and on September 6 in Crystal River, FL, a loss to Brennan Williams.
In a similar development, WWE has also released Neville from his WWE contract.
The 32-year-old former Cruiserweight Champion had been in career limbo since walking out on the company in October 2017, following a number of reported “creative disputes” with management. During that time he hasn’t been seen or even mentioned on WWE programming.
News on his exact status has been hard to come by over the past 10 months, with some outlets suggesting he was simply waiting for his contract to expire, and others implying that WWE had frozen it until a resolution could be reached.
However Pro Wrestling Sheet has learned that Neville is “not currently tied down to a WWE deal as of this moment”.
The precise details of this remain unclear, and if Neville has indeed been released there is still the issue of when this was, and how far into a presumed 90 day no-compete clause he would be.
The news brings to an end nearly a full calendar year of speculation on the story, with both Neville and WWE refusing to break silence on the situation. Teasingly, with All In merely a week away, both Cody Rhodes and The Young Bucks have tweeted about Neville in the last few days, adding to the speculation he could be set to make a comeback on the Chicago show.