WWE culled the flock to make way for new talent.
WWE released 11 talents on Thursday, according to WWE.com.
Nine wrestlers were released in total.
Among the released are 3MB members Drew McIntyre and Jinder Mahal. Mahal tweeted, "Thanks to @WWE for the amazing opportunity. Got a chance to see the world and do many amazing things. Excited to see what the future brings."
Curt Hawkins, another released talent, recently opened up a professional wrestling school in Long Island, N.Y.
Other wrestlers released were JTG, Camacho, Brodus Clay, Evan Bourne, Yoshi Tatsu and Aksana.
Brodus Clay also took to Twitter. He said, "There is no sadness or bad feelings only opportunity for me to #BreakBreadOrPlayDead so no sad tweets or messages #MonstousBC"
The other released talents were veteran on-screen talent and former SmackDown general manager, Theodore Long, and referee Marc Harris.
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