As previously noted, it was reported that Velveteen Dream has been released from WWE.
Sean Ross Sapp of Fightful.com noted that Dream hadn’t been at many of the recent WWE NXT TV tapings. Sapp also wrote the following…
“He had been coming to open ring, and there was growing concern in the company he was being set up to help coach classes.”
Canyon Ceman emailed within WWE at about 4:45 EST to deliver the news to those in the company that Velveteen Dream was released. Dream has a 30 day non-compete clause
— Sean Ross Sapp of Fightful.com (@SeanRossSapp) May 20, 2021
Rob Schamberger, who hosts Canvas 2 Canvas on the WWE Network, did not mention Dream by name but wrote the following shortly after the news broke…
Without saying anything further: He was the single most unprofessional person I’ve encountered in this business. I hope this is the wake up call he needs to start doing the emotional work to become a better person. All told.
— Rob Schamberger (@robschamberger) May 20, 2021