WWE announced Wednesday that it came to mutual terms on the release of Simon Gotch. "WWE wishes Gotch the best in all his future endeavors".
The Vaudevillains won't be winning the SmackDown Live Tag Team Championship anytime soon ... because WWE has agreed to release Simon Gotch from his contract. Poor booking choices and the nearly extinct division on Smackdown Live hurt any potential the two had as a team in the WWE. This ends Gotch's four-year tenure with the company.
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A couple of title shots later, they could never quite get over the hump to capture them, and things just went nowhere for them from there. No word yet on what will happen to Aiden English of The Vaudevillains but Gotch is already taking indie bookings. A few weeks later, they fell in a fatal 4-way tag team bout at Money in the Bank. Both of them ended up being eliminated early on in a match that was eventually won by Mojo Rawley.
In regards to Gotch, it's being reported that his personality rubbed a lot of people the wrong way backstage.
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During his time in NXT, Simon Gotch was extremely successful as a part of The Vaudevillains, and fans really couldn't wait for them to hit the main roster. Will the WWE repackage Aiden English as a singles competitor?
The timing of the news coincided with WWE calling up a number of former NXT stars to the main roster after WrestleMania 33, including former tag team champions The Revival, Shinsuke Nakamura and Tye Dillinger.
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