This is the word of Dave Meltzer on today's episode of Wrestling Observer Radio. He claims that Logan was supposed to on last night's broadcast only to be removed after Raw had started airing, with somebody high up in the company changing their mind at the very last minute.
Logan was one of dozens of WWE Superstars let go in last week's Black Wednesday releases, though Monday brought a new report from Fightful's Sean Ross Sapp stating that backstage speculation within the promotion pointed to WWE rehiring her. Now, that doesn't seem to be the case.
Meltzer says that WWE's mentality is that they can continue to use Logan for the 90 days on her no-compete clause, and that she hasn't been rehired - and probably won't be either. An extreme unusual course of action from WWE, as wrestlers typically lie dormant during this period, collecting their pay until the clause expires.
Logan's name was all over Raw last night, particularly in the build to her former stablemates' Ruby Riott and Liv Morgan's singles match.
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