In addition to Lena Yada, WWE has released Kenny Dykstra and Elijah Burke.Kenny Dykstra, Elijah Burke and Lena Yada releasedWritten: November 10, 2008World Wrestling Entertainment has come to terms on the release of SmackDown Superstar Kenny Dykstra and ECW's Elijah Burke and Lena Yada as of Nov. 10, 2008. WWE wishes them the best in all future endeavors.
Lena im not surprised by as she is completely and utterly useless. She can't wrestle nor conduct interviews backstage, I don't no why they signed her in the first place.
Lena getting released probably wasn
They want to spend time training Gail Kim? In what way does she need training? She's better than Lena in every possible way and will be far more valuable than Lena ever was / will be. I no TNA are fond of the WWE rejects and wouldn't be surprised to see them pick up some of the recently released guys, but i would be massively shocked and lose every bit of repsect for them if they signed Lena, she's that bad.
Who are these three? No seriously....Good riddance. Kenny sucked, couldn't talk to save his life. Lena sucked, couldn't do anything to save her life. And Burke had some skill but Vince hates black people....
Armando Estrada releasedWritten: November 18, 2008World Wrestling Entertainment has come to terms on the release of ECW Superstar Armando Estrada as of Nov. 18, 2008. WWE wishes him the best in all future endeavors.
WWE.com posted the following message this afternoon:Snitsky releasedWorld Wrestling Entertainment has come to terms on the release of Raw Superstar Gene Snitsky as of today, December 11. WWE wishes Gene the best in all future endeavors. Snitsky had been with WWE since October 2003, when WWE officials sent him to Ohio Valley Wrestling following an impressive RAW dark match. He made his WWE TV debut a year later, wrestling Kane on Monday Night RAW.
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