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Three WWE Superstars Whose Departure from WWE May Be Imminent in 2024

Triple H, Randy Orton, The Undertaker (Via WWE/Twitter)

The world of wrestling is abuzz with speculation about which superstars might leave WWE, and three names that keep coming up are Sheamus, Pete Dunne, and Natalya.

Sheamus, a 12-time WWE champion, has been vocal about his dissatisfaction with the company, particularly with the way Roman Reigns and his faction, The Bloodline, have been hogging the spotlight. Sheamus’ contract is set to expire by the end of this year, and it remains to be seen whether he will renew it or seek opportunities elsewhere.

Pete Dunne, who signed a three-year deal with WWE in 2021, could also be on his way out. Dunne has primarily been part of a tag team since joining the company, and it seems unlikely that WWE views him as a serious singles competitor. With his confidence in his abilities and a desire to prove himself as a singles star, Dunne might choose to explore opportunities outside of WWE.

Natalya (Via WWE/Twitter)

Lastly, Natalya, the Queen of Harts, is rumored to be nearing the end of her contract with WWE. The former SmackDown Women’s Champion has been a valuable asset to the company, mentoring and guiding younger talents. However, she might be considering exploring other wrestling promotions to continue her illustrious career.

While these superstars’ departures from WWE are not yet confirmed, the writing on the wall suggests that they might be looking for new opportunities elsewhere.

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