John Morrison, Hit Row, Drake Maverick among more releases from WWE in budget cuts

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Not too long ago, almost 20 wrestlers were given their future endeavors by the WWE. Several more were given that same letter on Thursday.

From the talent released, John Morrison was probably the most established, but hadn’t been used as much on television recently with The Miz being off to do Dancing With The Stars.

Drake Maverick had been brought back to do the 24/7 Championship chase on Raw and won it twice not too long ago.

Top Dolla, Ashanti Adonis and Isaiah Swerve Scott are all a major surprise too considering they were all drafted to Smackdown in the WWE Draft last month and were slowly being pushed.

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