WWE News: WWE Artist says, Dream “was the single most unprofessional person”
Velveteen Dream is the latest to get released from WWE. The news has ruffled many of his fans, but there is someone who seems fine with his release.
WWE artist Rob Schamberger who has been associated with the company for quite some time now took to Twitter to express his views on Dream. He mentioned that Dream was “the single most unprofessional” individual he encountered in the business.- This is what Schamberger tweeted,
WWE News: Without saying anything further: He was the single most unprofessional person I’ve encountered in this business. I hope this is the wake up call he needs to start doing the emotional work to become a better person. All told.
Here’s the Tweet,
Without saying anything further: He was the single most unprofessional person I’ve encountered in this business. I hope this is the wake up call he needs to start doing the emotional work to become a better person. All told.
— Rob Schamberger (@robschamberger) May 20, 2021
Schamberger is the go-to man for printing WWE merchandise. He is also the host of the Canvas 2 Canvas YouTube show.
WWE News: Dream and other NXT talents released!
WWE has released many talents associated with WWE NXT, including both superstars and officials. The people released yesterday were basically due to budget cuts, but the reason behind Dream’s release is yet to be known. Below is a list of talents released by WWE in the last two days.
- Kavita Devi
- Alexander Wolfe
- Former MMA Horsewomen member Jessamyn Duke along with Vanessa Borne (Danielle Kamela)
- Skyler Story (Brandi Lauren Pawalek, Ava Storie)
- Ezra Judge (Ezekwesiri “EJ” Nduka Jr.)
- Drake Wuertz & Jake Clemons (WWE Officials)
WWE News: Will WWE continue releasing talents?
This is not the first time when WWE has released many of its talents. The process came into existence during the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic when things got worse for everyone. At that time, WWE released multiple performers, and in the last one and a half years or so, they have been active in this process. We could expect the flow to continue in the coming months, and the reason once again could be pay cuts.