5 WWE couples who were torn apart because to new releases


This year, WWE has been on a brutal release spree, letting rid of almost 40 performers so far. It all began in January, when Lars Sullivan was released from prison following a period of inactivity. Killian Dain was the most recent prominent name to be freed.

WWE has one of the largest rosters in the pro wrestling industry, with some of the top talent on the planet. In real life, some of these wrestlers are romantically connected. These couples will occasionally break up as a result of the company’s release frenzy.

We’ll examine at five couples who were split up by WWE releases in the following list.

#5 Lana and Miro (Miro’s WWE release: April 15, 2020)

#5 Lana and Miro (Miro’s WWE release: April 15, 2020)

In the 2019-20 season of RAW, Miro, Lana, and Bobby Lashley were embroiled in a contentious love triangle storyline. Miro’s status on the roster was ruined by the storyline, as he lost most of his matches to Lashley and was treated badly as a babyface. Fans were outspoken in their dissatisfaction with the angle, although it did receive millions of views on social media on a regular basis.

In February 2020, Miro had his final WWE encounter, which saw Lashley and Angel Garza join together to defeat him and Humberto Carrillo on an episode of RAW. He was then yanked off the air and did not return for WrestleMania 36. As part of the company’s financial cuts in April, he was one of numerous WWE Superstars who were let go.

The cuts were made in response to the COVID-19 outbreak, and WWE was chastised for terminating wrestlers at a time when they were desperately in need of work. Lana and Miro have been married for almost five years and have been prominently featured on WWE TV on several occasions.

Miro immediately moved on to All Elite Wrestling, where he is now the TNT Champion. Following her husband’s departure from WWE, Lana had a one-year run before being dismissed on June 2, 2021. After her non-compete clause expires, many fans believe she may join Miro on AEW TV.

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