Drew Gulak is the latest WWE star to depart from WWE.
On Saturday, there was speculation that Gulak was gone after his profile was moved to the WWE Alumni section on WWE’s official website, which happens when a talent is released by the company.
It turns out that the news is true, according to a report by Ryan Satin of Pro Wrestling Sheet. Pwinsider.com reports that this wasn’t a release but rather Gulak’s WWE contract expired on Friday.
It was added the two sides had been discussing a new deal but had not yet come to terms on the deal before Gulak’s existing deal expired.
The departure has not been announced publicly, but that will likely change soon.
He just worked a match on Friday’s episode of SmackDown on FOX from Orlando, Florida at the WWE Performance Center. He took on Daniel Bryan in a losing effort as part of the Intercontinental title tournament.
This match came after WWE officials had decided to pair him up with the former WWE World Heavyweight Champion as of late by being his coach.
Drew joined WWE in 2016 where he went onto be used as part of the cruiserweight division for the most part.