Latest WWE Release Leaves Many In Shock

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A WWE personality has been released from the company with little explanation.

Matt Camp first joined WWE back in 2019 with the company touting the statistical perspective he would bring as a fantasy football expert. Camp went on to host The Bump on Wednesdays as well as Raw Talk and the SmackDown Lowdown. He was also often seen on the kickoff shows ahead of Premium Live Events.

PWInsider has now reported that Camp was let go from the company sometime in the last week. The move is said to have come as a shock to many in WWE, and the promotion hasn’t given a reason behind his release. Camp himself is also yet to comment on his departure.

WWE Has Released Several On-Air Personalities In Recent Weeks

Camp is just the latest in a line of personalities to be released from WWE. NXT’s backstage interviewer, McKenzie Mitchell, was let go from the company early in December. This led to a shake-up on the developmental brand, as Kelly Kincaid took over Mitchell’s role, while Sarah Schrieber became the backstage interviewer for Level Up as well as the show’s ring announcer.

The main roster has also seen big changes, starting when SmackDown Announcer Kevin Patrick was released on January 25th. This was soon followed by the surprise return of Pat McAfee to the announce desk at the Royal Rumble. The following night, it was confirmed that he and Michael Cole will be the permanent commentators for the red brand, while Corey Graves and Wade Barratt are now the voices of SmackDown.