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Elias Is Reportedly No Longer Under WWE Contract

WWE has a few Superstars who haven’t been seen for quite a while. It appears that Elias is one Superstar that fans shouldn’t count on seeing again any time soon.

Ringside News exclusively reported in June that, “Elias is not being discussed. This applies to Ezekiel as well.” Things have been silent since then, and there is no word on Elias at this point. Nothing has changed since June, if anything, it’s gotten quieter if that’s possible.

We went on to exclusively report that Elias’s name “is never mentioned.” At this point, “no one asks,” because “that ‘brother’ angle killed his career.” It seems that he is doing what he can to refresh himself, in every way possible.

BWE posted on X in response to a fan who asked about Elias. After all, many fans wonder where he, and Ezekiel, went. It appears that Elias is not under a WWE contract right now.

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“He’s without a professional contract at the moment.”

Elias recently made headlines when he was baptized in Israel. It appears that he is still in good shape, and has even worked out with The Undertaker in recent memory. That being said, he is apparently not with WWE at the moment.

We will have to see if The Drifter ever returns to WWE television. At this time, it appears that they are going to proceed without him.

For more on this story, and many more, please keep checking back with us here at Ringside News. As always, leave your comments in the space below to let us know what you think!

September 14, 2023 8:35 am

Felix Upton

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