— WWE has yet to remove Gail Kim from their website’s talent roster or announce her departure from the company. WWE sources say since she quit the organization, an official decision regarding her departure has yet to be made.
There is hope Kim would change her mind and the situation would blow over, but given her dismissive stance towards the organization on Twitter, it appears unlikely at this point.
Kim has been vocal with her unhappiness for the past several months. No one within WWE was surprised that she quit.
— It was reported this afternoon that eight WWE developmental wrestlers had been removed from the official website of Florida Championship Wrestling; Bobby Dutch, Colin Cassady, DeSean Bishop, Jason Mullen, Leroy Parks, Lucky Cannon, Cameron Lynn (Tough Enough contestant Ariane Andrew) and Sonia. Bishop stated today on Twitter that he was released on Friday, writing: “I got released friday from FCW. DeSean Bishop is no more. I wanna thank everyone who supported me. Im going to keep this site open under this name 2 commemorate the good old days.”
Cannon, meanwhile, implied Friday on Twitter that he had parted ways with WWE. He wrote, “This is my final tweet…. Nothing lasts forever, NOTHING! Good or bad this to shall pass.”