Which release bothers you the most?!

So far this year we have seen multiple Divas and Knockouts quit or are released from their companies. Many shocked and saddend the wrestling world.

1st, early April the WWE Universe was saddend by the release of could be future Diva star Maxine, it was said Maxine was not liking her spot on the roser. In a recent interview Maxine said she felt like she was backpedaling after being on NXT Redemption for over a year.

2nd, late May the WWE Universe felt double shocked when the Bella Twins Nikki and Brie did not resign a contract, leading to their release from the company. In a recent interview The Bellas expressed how they were tired from being on the road so many years straight, on the plus side they have been hinting a possible return.

3rd, late June the TNA zone was saddend when Angelina Love tweeted that she had been released from Impact Wrestling. No real reason to why she asked for her release was given, only that Impact did not fight to keep her under contract.

4th, July the TNA zone was once again shocked as Velvet Sky was released from her contract. It was said that Velvet was not happy with contract negotiations and on the other hand it was said that Dixie did not give the final statment on her contract. As of recently it has been rumored that Dixie has been reaching out to Velvet on a new contract.

5th, also in July, Kharma was rumored to be on contract, off contract and then released. It was confirmed on her twitter that she was indeed released from her contract, but on a plus side she said she and WWE are willing to work with eachother in the future. As of recently there has been rumors WWE has sent Kharma down to FCW now NXT to work on herself before a return.

6th, August, the NXT universe was shocked and saddend when future Diva star Sofia Cortez was released from her contract. After showing promise on Tough Enough, Sofia was signed to a contract but after 2 matchs on NXT her WWE time was cut short. It was rumored that Sofia had an anger problem backstage, and believed that she deserved to be on the main roster – a rumor that she soon said was false.

7th, also in August, the NXT universe was shocked and saddend again when future Diva star Caylee Turner was released from her contract. After winning the FCW Divas Championship, she was not in any FCW houseshow matchs but finally got her time to shine in tag team action on NXT. After 1 match on NXT her WWE time was cut short, the problem with this release is it has yet to be confirmed by Caylee. Everyone assumes she has been released due to her profile not exsiting on NXT’s official website, and how she was removed alongside Cortez in the NXT opening promo. Caylee Turner appeared alongside Sofia Cortez in WWE’s recent season of Tough Enough, where Sofia placed 6th and Caylee placed 4th.


Tara at RAW’s 1000th episode??

Although TNA Knockout Tara tweeted she will not be at RAW’s 1000th episode (tonight), but the #GhostOfVictoria will be.

She accidently tweeted a private tweet as public and all her followers saw the following message sent to fellow Knockout Brooke Tessmacher:

“Just landed in St. Louis. Call you from car”

It wouldn’t be as suspicious if it was anywhere else, but, RAW’s 1000th episode is infact in St. Louis.

The tweet was soon deleted – if Tara is infact backstage at RAW 1000, she will probably not be on air.

Tara is currently under contract with WWE’s “rival” company Impact Wrestling and has been since leaving WWE in 2009.

TNA looking to hire an “adult performer”.

At the June 7th tapings of Impact, an adult film star Trina Michaels was talking to creative about a feud between her and Brooke Hogan.


Brooke Hogan became the head of Knockouts, on the first Live edition of Impact, she of course is the daughter of Hulk Hogan.


Trina Michaels is on Twitter at (trinamichaels) in her bio it states “wrestling diva” and “wrestling valet”.


Many fans do not want to see this feud nor want either to wrestle, some believe it will take time away from the deserving Knockouts who are already struggling to be seen.