- Know which big WWE Superstars have left the company within the last year
- Tables Leaders’ Chairs will be WWE’s last PPV in 2020
The year 2020 is now on the verge of ending, and WWE will also be preparing plans to debut new storylines with a new season soon. The Royal Rumble is the first event of the year but before that TLC 2020 PPV is yet to be held in 2020.
Combined matches from Table Ladder’s Cheers are purely for wrestlers with a hardcore wrestling style, and fans also like to watch them. But in the last PPV of the year, no superstar would like to give up his performance as everyone would like to enter the new year with a big win.
Last year too, TLC PPVs were fought more than once, but it is unfortunate that many big superstars who were part of TLC 2019 have now left WWE. Let’s know which WWE Superstars will not be seen in the next PPV this time.
4) Kairi Sen has left WWE
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— Kairi Sane Daily ~ Fanpage (@KairiSaneDaily) November 28, 2020
Kairi Sen used to be Asuka’s tag team partner at The Kabuki Warriors until recently. It was a great honor that he teamed up with Asuka to headline TLC 2019, where he was to defend the Women’s Tag Team Championship in a TLC match against Becky Lynch and Charlotte. The champions were victorious in that match.
His journey to WWE was full of ups and downs, but in July 2020, he was confirmed to leave WWE, surprising everyone. Other Japanese WWE superstars Asuka, Shinske Nakamura and Akira Tozawa also wish him good luck for the future.
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— Kairi Sane Daily ~ Fanpage (@KairiSaneDaily) November 27, 2020
Shortly after leaving the company, she made another announcement, saying that now she will be seen working in Japan to train WWE Future Superstars.
(3) Scott Dawson and 2) Dash Wilder (The Revival)
The Revival is currently considered one of the best Pro Wrestling tag teams. He was decided by WWE to release in April this year and made his All Elite Wrestling (AEW) debut about a month later.
In Tables Ladder’s Chairs 2019, he challenged The New Day to the SmackDown Tag Team Titles in which he lost.
The release of Rusev was probably a major loss for WWE. Because a few years ago when he was getting tremendous support from the fans, then he would have been made a babyface, he would not have been able to release today.
He has now left WWE and moved to AEW and last year in TLC 2019 he lost in a single match against Bobby Lashley.