Curtis Axel has been released by WWE

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Curtis Axel has been officially released by WWE on Thursday, the company announced with the help of their social media handles.

He is a son of WWE Hall Of Famer, “Mr. Perfect” Curt Hennig. He is a former Intercontinental and Tag Team champion.

In 2013, Curtis Axel won the Intercontinental championship. He made his debut for WWE on television in 2010 during the 2nd season of NXT.

Because of the current Coronavirus pandemic, WWE has released several superstars in the mid April which includes Kurt Angle as a big name.

In October 2010, Curtis Axel joined then’s most dominant force in WWE called Nexus. Nexus is known for all the demolition they have in the main roster.

In the year 2013, WWE changed his name to Curtis Axel from Michael McGillicutty. After that, he was completely transformed and was working under the guidance of Paul Heyman.

Later he joined Bo Dallas to form a new tag team named “The B-Team”, which allowed him to capture the WWE Tag Team Championship.

Both Bo Dallas and Curtis Axel defeated superstars such as Bray Wyatt and Matt Hardy to win it while they held it for atleast 2 months.

He has also been part of WWE backroom, when he helped WWE legend The Rock to prepare for his in-ring return in the year 2011.


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