Do you want to know which are the top 10 wrestlers fired by the WWE?. WWE always keeps an eye on each and every wrestlers attached to his company and judge them on the basis of their performance, habits and behavior towards other employee.
If they found anything wrong about their wrestlers then they immediately released them from the company. Just have a glance at this article to know who are the WWE superstars who got fired by the WWE.
10. Paul London
Tenth position on our list of top ten WWE wrestlers who got fired is acquired by “Paul London”. He is an American professional wrestler, who got fired because of pissing off WWE Chairman Vince McMahon in WWE RAW Arena on November 7, 2008. After being fired from WWE, Paul moves to the independent wrestling circuit, i.e “Pro Wrestling Guerrilla” and formed a Tag team there with Brain Kendrick.
9. Jim Ross
Jim Ross is one of the best wrestling commentators of all time and he is also a retired American professional wrestler. He got fired from WWE on September 11, 2013 because of spouting about his son’s death during WWE 2k14 video game talk.
Currently, he is working with FOX Sports and writes professional commentary for Foxsports.com and as well as for MMA and various boxing tournaments.
8. Scott Hall
Scott Hall is an American professional wrestler who is popularly known by his ring name as “Razor Ramon”. He got fired from WWE in the year 2002 because he was found drunk on the plane. After being fired from WWE, he did a couple of shows with independent circuit in Florida and Alabama.
7. Mr. Kennedy
Mr. Kennedy is an American professional wrestler who is famous for his entrance act in WWE. He got fired from on May 29,2009 WWE because he complains about his botching of a move by Randy Orton.
After being fired from WWE, he moved to Total Nonstop Action (TNA) and also worked as the Vice President of Aces and Eights which is a part of TNA promotion tactics.
6. Billy Gunn
Billy Gunn is an American professional wrestler and a team member of D-Generation X. He got fired from WWE on November 2015 because he failed in a medical test. After being fired from WWE, Billy actively participated in PCW Road to Glory Tournament and MCW Television rage championship.
5. Alberto Del Rio
Alberto Del Rio is a Mexican professional wrestler, who got fired from WWE on August 7, 2014 because he had a noisy fight with one of the WWE Employee Cody Barbierri. After being fired from WWE, he worked with Asistencia Asesoria Administration (AAA) for some time and then rehired by WWE in 2015.
4. Daniel Bryan
Daniel Bryan is one of the famous WWE Superstar of this generation. He is an American professional wrestler who worked with WWE and got fired on June 11, 2010 due to violence and suppressing ring announcer Justin Roberts with his necktie. After a while he got rehired by WWE on 2016 and Smackdown Live General Manager.
3. Jeff Hardy
Jeff Hardy is one of the most athletic wrestler of WWE, but due to denial to go to rehab, constant tardiness and deteriorating ring performance makes him kick out from WWE on April 22, 2003.
After being fired from WWE, he was signed by rival company Total Nonstop Action (TNA) and he also became a member of the band named “Peroxwhy?gen” and released two new studio albums.
2. Kurt Angle
Kurt Angle is an American professional wrestler, Olympic gold medalist and MMA fighter. He was fired by WWE on August 25,2006 because of serious health issue. But there was a buzz that Kurt Angle is leaving WWE because TNA was offering more money to him.
After leaving WWE, he joined Total Nonstop Action (TNA) and won the TNA World Heavyweight Championship for 6 times, TNA World Tag Team Championship for 2 times and TNA X Division Championship for one time.
1. CM Punk
First position on our list of top 10 Wrestlers who were fired by WWE is occupied by one of the famous WWE Wrestlers CM Punk. He is an American professional wrestler and Mixed Martial Art fighter.
He got fired from WWE on June 13,2014 due to cracking wellness policy which was made by WWE after Eddie Guerrero’s death. Currently, Punk singed a multi-fight contract with the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC).