WWE: Kevin Owens is no longer listed as an active WWE superstar!

first_img COMMENT WATCH US LIVE Last Updated: 10th October, 2019 15:43 IST WWE: Kevin Owens Is No Longer Listed As An Active WWE Superstar! Kevin Owens, who defeated Shane McMahon on Friday’s Smackdown debut episode on FOX in a ‘Loser Leaves Town Ladder Match, has been removed from the WWE website. Kevin Owens and Shane McMahon competed on last Friday’s debut episode of SmackDown in a ‘Loser Leaves Town Ladder Match,’ where the loser was forced to abandon Friday Night SmackDown. Owens, who was unceremoniously fired by Shane last month, had the perfect opportunity to turn the tables around and get him out of the roster instead.Also Read | WWE: The Rock Delivers Highest-rated Segment Of SmackDown On FoxShane McMahon faces Kevin Owens to stay in control of SmackDownThis was a hard-fought ladder match with both men risking their bodies to deliver a five-star performance. Kevin Owens, however, retrieved the briefcase to win the match, guaranteeing himself a spot on WWE SmackDown. Post winning the fight, Owens grabbed Shane by his shirt and yelled the infamous line popularized by his father Vince McMahon, ‘You are fired!,’ signifying the end of Shane McMahon on SmackDown.Also Read | WWE RAW: Charlotte Flair’s Toughest In-ring Competitors In The WWE LIVE TV First Published: 10th October, 2019 15:43 IST Danish Ansari FOLLOW US Where does Shane McMahon go from here?With Shane losing control of SmackDown, Monday Night Raw seems like a viable landing place for Shane. However, with the WWE NXT currently being in a dogfight with AEW Wednesday Night Dynamite, fans can also expect to see him show up on the NXT brand.Also Read | Kevin Owens Gets Fired From WWE By Shane McMahon On SmackDownBut here is the irony!Kevin Owens, who won the battle against Shane McMahon, has just been moved to the alumni section of WWE Superstars – a list of former Superstars who do not compete with the WWE anymore. Shane McMahon, on the other hand, does not appear in this section.Well, on-screen firings do not carry much credibility in the pro-wrestling industry as the so-called ‘exiled’ wrestlers can turn up on other platforms within the brand or company. This is certainly an interesting twist by the Company which makes the WWE Universe question the authority’s end game in this whole rivalry.Fans will simply have to sit back and tune in to this week’s Friday Night SmackDown to see if Kevin Owens turns up again.Also Read | WWE SmackDown: Kevin Owens To Fight Shane McMahon, Winner Stays In WWE Written By SUBSCRIBE TO USlast_img

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