Karl Anderson was one of the stars released by WWE recently
Former WWE star Karl Anderson took a shot at the company after Dolph Ziggler posted a comment.
Anderson and Luke Gallows were some of the big names released by WWE, and the OC have been upset over their treatment in the company.
Gallows and Anderson are regarded as one of the best tag teams in the world, but they never got the push in WWE.
They also did a great job in the Boneyard match between The Undertaker and AJ Styles, but they were released nevertheless.
Ziggler wanted WWE to share some content of him and Sonya Deville. The Showoff has been involved in a feud with Mandy Rose and Otis.
However, Ziggler claimed that WWE skipped over some content and decided to focus on other stars.
That was the trigger for Anderson as he suggested that WWE kills their own stars by not posting the right things.
They’ll conveniently leave out lots of things that’ll get you more over.. https://t.co/TB2nT5W7BB
— Karl Anderson (@MachineGunKA) May 4, 2020
Ziggler laughed at the comment, but Anderson wasn’t lying:
— Nic Nemeth (@HEELZiggler) May 4, 2020
Wasted opportunities by WWE
Anderson and Gallows were excellent during their time in Japan, and it was a huge surprise they were let go.
However, WWE seems to have a fixed idea of what their tag teams should be like. Dash Wilder and Scott Dawson were also released and they were one of the top tag teams too.
However, all four of the tag experts don’t have a lot of high-flying moves in their arsenal. They are throwbacks to the old days when tag wrestling was a two-man job and it was more grounded.
Anderson is right in suggesting that WWE decides to show or not, and creative has often drowned stars.
Another example is that of the Fiend losing to Goldberg in a squash match just to appease some fans. The Fiend was the Universal Champion but Goldberg destroyed him in seconds.