Neville’s WWE Future: Rumors Say Wrestler ‘100 Percent’ Gone From Company

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Neville’s time in the WWE could be coming to an end in short order, according to multiple reports. Rumors say that the English wrestler walked out of the October 9 episode of <em<Monday Night RAW at the last minute, causing writers to scramble for a different idea for the current Cruiserweight storyline involving Enzo Amore.

According to the latest Wrestling Observer Newsletter, the initial plan for the show was to have Amore defeat Neville in a non-title match in the main event. But when Neville found out about the finish, WON reported that he walked out. The report said nobody was able to come up with a better idea for the storyline, so they decided for Kalisto to beat Amore in a lumberjack match for the title.

The latest on Neville, according to the WON, is that he didn’t return for the taping of 205 Live! the following day, and “the belief within the company is that he’s gone.” One person close to the situation told Dave Meltzer that the wrestler is “100 percent gone,” but the official word from the WWE is that he’s still with the company and hasn’t quit yet.

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As soon as news of Neville’s current situation came to light, The Young Bucks tried to recruit the wrestler to join The Bullet Club an New Japan on Twitter along with Will Ospreay.

Before coming to the WWE, Neville had a run in New Japan in its Best of the Super Juniors 2012 tournament. After that, he signed a contract with WWE and joined NXT, making his debut as Adrian Neville in 2013. Neville made his main-roster debut on the March 30, 2015 episode of RAW and was sent to the Cruiserweight Division in December, where he turned heel and won the title.

Recently, he’d been in a feud with Amore and lost the title at No Mercy on September 24 after he was hit with a low blow while the referee was distracted. His last appearance on TV came on the September 25 episode of 205 Live!, where he turned face.

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