Steve Cutler released from WWE, Cutler comments

Originally published at Steve Cutler released from WWE, Cutler comments

Steve Cutler, former member of The Forgotten Sons has been released from WWE. The company made the announcement today and wished Cutler well in his future endeavors.

WWE has come to terms on the release of Steve Cutler. We wish him all the best in his future endeavors.

— WWE (@WWE) February 5, 2021

Unfortunately, today I was released. It was shocking, to say the least. But, I am excited about the future and all the possibilities in front of me.

Thanks for your continued support.

90 days… the countdown begins🍻🍻

— Steve Kupryk (@SteveCutlerWWE) February 5, 2021

Cutler started with WWE in 2014. After two years of working as a singles talent, Cutler was aligned with Jaxson Ryker and Wesley Blake and the trio was dubbed The Forgotten Sons. The traditional tag team who represented the group was Cutler and Blake.

They challenged for the NXT Tag Team Championships on several occasions. The trio arrived on the SmackDown brand following WrestleMania 36 and engaged in short feuds with Lucha House Party and New Day. Jaxson, Cutler and Blake were taken off TV for seven months after Ryker sent out an insensitive tweet following the killing of George Floyd.

Blake and Cutler returned to TV in December of 2020 and they were paired with King Corbin on SmackDown and were named “Knights of the Lone Wolf”. Jaxson Ryker made his return on the RAW brand and is currently paired with Elias.

Boy, the Knights of the Lone Wolf didn’t last that long. I guess more people caught on to how the name made no sense, but they could have changed it of course.

Fun fact: Cutler went to same university that I attended, as did current AEW Dark regular and former NXT signee Nick Comoroto. I don’t think either of them were there the same time as me (Class of '06), and if they were, we likely wouldn’t have been in the same classes.

Not sure what the prospects are for Wesley Blake, but holy crap is Jaxson Ryker lucky.

With the shortage of tag teams, they might as well go with a Wesley Blake & Buddy Murphy reunion.


If Vanilla Wrestling becomes a thing, he will be signed for sure.