Neville is officially done with WWE.
Last year Neville walked out of WWE after several issues with Vince McMahon’s promotion. The former Cruiserweight Champion’s contract was subsequently frozen which compelled the British wrestler to return to UK with his wife.
On August 24, 2018 the news making headlines stated that Neville is no longer under any contract with WWE. The former NXT Champion is now free to work for any promotion as per his liking.
However, it’s still unclear whether the King of the Cruiserweight will be subject to the 90 day non-compete clause from his deal with WWE, although the wrestling juggernauts have confirmed that the former NXT Champion no longer has any ties with the company.
Neville had earlier competed in New Japan Pro Wrestling (2012) and Ring Of Honor (2007). While possible stints with the two WWE rival promotions are very much possible, another promotion has appeared on the scene (out of the blue) to express interest in the former WWE Cruiserweight Champion.
Former WWE Intercontinental Champion Stu Bennett (Wade Barrett) recently took to Twitter to invite Neville to WOS Wrestling. Bennett requested Neville to watch their upcoming show and pick his opponent.
— Stu Bennett (@StuBennett) August 25, 2018
Neville had a very promising career in NXT where he became the one of five men to win the NXT Tag Team Championship twice. He is also a one-time NXT Champion, thus making him the first man to have held both the NXT Championship and the NXT Tag Team Championship.
The highly successful high-flyer then debuted on the main roster in 2015, and enjoyed a somewhat lengthy feud with Stardust (Cody Rhodes). In 2016, Neville moved to the Cruiserweight Division and became a record 2-time WWE Cruiserweight Champion, standing as the longest individual reigning Cruiserweight Champion at 197 days. The ex-WWE Superstar also enjoys the longest combined reign at 232 days.