Pro Wrestling Sheet has confirmed Drew Gulak has parted with WWE.
Gulak’s exit was first speculated on this afternoon when his profile was moved to the alumni section of WWE.com. While the his departure has not been announced publicly, sources tell us he is no longer with the company. PWInsider reports his contract expired, he was not released.
Drew joined WWE in 2016 and has been used as part of the cruiserweight division for the most part.
The 33-year-old’s last match in WWE aired Friday night on SmackDown against Daniel Bryan in a losing effort as part of the Intercontinental title tournament. He had also been teaming with Bryan as of late and acting as his coach, even keeping up the gimmick as recently as this afternoon.
EDITORS NOTE: While sources first told us he had been released, we’ve now learned it would appear as though his contract expired.
Yes, #ThankYouBryan! 🙏 A tournament requires great strength. Today let's work on our shoulders with what I like to call #Gulakmetrics! You can do this simple exercise anywhere! All you need is an immovable object. https://t.co/YRg7xqZEtT pic.twitter.com/nCYITpq1ow
— Drew Gulak (@DrewGulak) May 16, 2020