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Breaking News – Jinder Mahal & Xia Li Released From WWE



Jinder Mahal, Xia Li, and Xyon Quinn have been released from WWE.

Taking to Twitter, Li thanked WWE, Triple H, and the coaches she worked with. She wrote,

“It has been over seven years since 1 joined WWE and as the first female Chinese superstar, I feel incredibly proud! am sincerely grateful to WWE and HHH for welcoming me into this big family. During this valuable time, 1 have not only grown tremendously but also learned countless invaluable experiences. Thank you for your trust and the opportunities you have given me to break barriers and set an example.

A special thank you to all the coaches colleagues, and staff who have helped me along the way. Your support and assistance have made me feel at home in a foreign land.

I also want to thank all the WWE fans! Your cheers not only motivate me but also make me feel endless love and support. Your backing is my strength.

This journey with WWE has been wonderful, and I sincerely thank everyone who has been a part of it. This is not the end but a new beginning! Let’s embrace more exciting moments together!”

Additionally, Jinder Mahal took to Twitter to write the following,

“I Quit. Maharaja Out 💰.”

Mahal also changed his bio to read, “🔥 Free Agent – 90 Days.”

Sean Ross Sapp is also reporting that Xyon Quinn has been released from WWE.

Li signed with WWE in 2017 after she had a tryout in China. She debuted in the Mae Young Classic and competed in the 2019 women’s Royal Rumble match.

Mahal made his return to WWE in 2016 and became WWE Champion in 2017 and 2018. The last time we saw him was on the January 15th episode of RAW where he lost a WWE World Heavyweight Championship match to Seth Rollins. This match didn’t sit well with AEW President Tony Khan, who got into a Twitter spat with Mahal.

Quinn signed with WWE in 2018 and had a run in NXT. The former pro rugby player was actually drafted as a “free agent” during the 2023 WWE Draft. He lost to Bron Breakker on the March 1st episode of WWE SmackDown.

Stay tuned as more releases are possible.

Story developing ….

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