​W​​WE is not a good place for all the wrestlers it seems. It proves to be heaven for some at one point in time and at the same time, it may prove to be the worst experience for some other wrestlers. This is because there is a history with WWE which buried some very capable Wrestling talents. ​Cody Rhodes is one big example of how a talent can flourish outside WWE if given a chance. Since leaving WWE, Cody Rhodes has done pretty well in promotions like Impact Wrestling, ROH, NJPW since 2016.

Wrestlers not happy with WWE

Currently, Sasha Banks, Luke Harper, and Lio Rush are the three talked about wrestlers who are not on good terms with WWE and have been removed from television.

The Revival has also been trying to leave WWE for some time now. On the other hand, there are wrestlers like Tye Dillinger, Hideo Itami, TJP who have quietly left the company without making any noise.

Dean Ambrose left on good terms and was offered a decent farewell with a six-man tag team match where he reunited with his Shield brothers. Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns for the last time. According to Dave Meltzer in this week's Wrestling Observer Newsletter, there are "many" wrestlers in WWE's "unhappy middle." This is a hint that this issue of backstage heat is going to continue in the WWE for long. It is not easy for Vince Mcmahon and team to satisfy all the wrestlers on the roster at the same time.

Sasha Banks, Lio Rush, and Luke Harper's issue

Sasha Banks is an American professional wrestler who is currently signed with WWE under the name Mercedes Kaestner-Varnado. At Wrestlemania 35, Sasha Banks and Bayley lost their tag team titles and soon after that reports surfaced that both were unhappy with WWE management regarding their loss at Wrestlemania.

Sasha Banks expected to raise the women tag team championship by remaining the tag team champion for a long period.

But unfortunately, she had to give away the title and due to this she became furious with the WWE officials and there are rumors that Sasha Banks is so unhappy with WWE that she may join All Elite Wrestling (AEW), a new promotion which is going to launch very soon.

Lio Rush is another wrestler who is said to be unhappy with WWE as he claimed that he is paying his own rent while traveling for WWE. He claims to be broke. Luke Harper is also unhappy with WWE and has reportedly requested his release on November 2019 but WWE has increased his period by six months which is his injury period. Vince McMahon came up with a new Wild Card Rule to allow his biggest stars to work both Raw and SmackDown. This will create fewer opportunities for the middle-class wrestlers. Let's see how the WWE handles this situation moving forward and how they satisfy the wrestlers in the roster.