Released Star Criticizes WWE After Departure

Released Star Criticizes WWE After Departure WWE

Released WWE star Sanga has shared his thoughts including the ‘pain in his heart’ for his home country of India.

Taking to social media, Sanga shared a video in which he gave his thoughts after having been released by the company.

Pointing out that the company courted viewership from his home country of India, after the release of himself, Veer Mahaan and Jinder Mahal, there were no longer any Indian stars represented on TV.

In the video, Sanga said (translation via Fightful):

“There is a little pain in my heart.

“When it comes to viewership, you want viewership from our country India.

“Viewership on Facebook is needed from India. Viewership on YouTube is needed from India. Viewership on TV is needed from India, but when it comes to talent of India, they are not taking you forward.

“Whatever you are thinking, it is okay, creatives have their own way of working, but you should understand that we are saddened by the fact that our 1.4 billion people, like you, people like us, they want that their country India should have athletes who work at the international level, but you are not ready to give opportunities.”

Sanga, Mahaan and Mahal made up the trio Indus-Sher who were on the Raw brand before they were all released.

With the exception of Mahal briefly being involved with The Rock and Seth Rollins earlier this year, Indus-Sher were rarely featured on television.

Sanga was among the five WWE stars who were released from the company last night, with Veer, Jinder Mahal, Xia Li and Xyon Quinn also being let go from their contracts.

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You can see Sanga’s video below:

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