The following is an excerpt from a new article from SLAM! Wrestling:
The winner of the second season of NXT, Kaval had fan support and had been given a push by the company. But Kaval, whose real name is Brandon Silvestry and is best known on the indy circuit as Low Ki, states he actually pushed for his release from the company.
He felt that the company had no plans for him once he debuted on the Smackdown brand. “I asked for my release, both WWE and myself agreed that it would be best if we didn’t continue doing business together at this current time. They had no path for me or any plans in the near future so instead of wasting my time and my body for them, I decided it was time to move on,” he told SLAM! Wrestling.
“I can’t comment on other guys who have left or wanted their release. But if you’re not happy there then just leave, simple as that.
“I’ve had a good relationship with them [WWE] the entire time I was there regardless of what people may think. I have always had strong relationships everywhere I have gone; there are no bad feelings from either end.”
Check out the complete article online at SLAM! Wrestling.
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