Neville's future in WWE uncertain after walking out before Raw

Did Neville ask for his WWE release?

Did Neville ask for his WWE release?

One of the more interesting stories over the course of the week has been that of Neville, who allegedly walked out of this week's "Monday Night Raw" and wanted out of the company. It was explained on this week's 205 Live that Amore would be invoking his rematch clause and would challenge Kalisto for the title at the TLC PPV.

According to Dave Meltzer, Kalisto and Amore were not scheduled to clash until the TLC pay-per-view on October 28, but Neville walking out forced the promotion's hand in moving that timeline up.

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The news was initially reported by Twitter user @WrestleVotes, and corroborated by the Wrestling Observer and Pro Wrestling Sheet - two of the most reliable sources around.

We should find out within the next 24 hours if Neville has indeed quit the company. The original plan was reportedly to have Neville challenge Enzo and lose in the Lumberjack Match, but things were changed right before RAW went on the air.

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Neville's last appearance on television was during the segment where Kalisto joined the cruiserweight division on Raw last week. He's been a bright spot in the cruiserweight division so hopefully, WWE can convince him to stay.

This ATROCITY is not on the NEVILLE LEVEL. Neville isn't a main eventer, but has proved himself a massive asset in 2017, and he'd be an immediate boon to any smaller promotion. As of this writing, we don't know whether this is true or not.

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