Eric Young was one of the twenty-plus names cut from WWE on Wednesday, April 15, 2020. In spite of his struggles on the WWE main roster, Eric Young was one of the most decorated names to come from WWE from the former TNA Wrestling, and now, he is looking to right the wrongs of others upon being released from the leader in sports entertainment.
Taking to his Twitter account, Young would first thank everybody for their kind words before saying that he's excited about the future and the possibilities that lay ahead for him.
Thanks for all the kind words everyone! It’s hard to explain what they mean to me so I won’t even try. Know it is appreciated more than you could ever know! EXCITED ABOUT THE POSSIBILITIES! EXCITED ABOUT MY CHOICES! EXCITED TO RIGHT OTHERS WRONGS! #WORLDCLASSMANIAC— Eric Young (@TheEricYoung) April 17, 2020
Eric Young debuted in NXT as the leader of the SAnitY faction, along with Nikki Cross, Alexander Wolfe, and Killian Dain, who would replace Sawyer Fulton.
Young became one half of the NXT Tag Team Champions and the group participated in the first NXT WarGames match before being drafted to SmackDown in 2018. After they made it to the main roster, their appearances on television dwindled, leaving Young without direction.
If you would like to see a full list of names that were cut by WWE on April 15, 2020, click here.