Manu's WWE Career Has Come to an End

Sam BrownCorrespondent IFebruary 23, 2009

Manu is the newest member of the "2009 Future Endeavors List."

I was scrolling around on WWE.com and hit "WWE News," just to find a big, well, not so big surprise.

Here is the article from WWE.com:

"World Wrestling Entertainment has come to terms on the release of Raw Superstar Manu as of February 23, 2009. WWE wishes Manu the best in all future endeavors."

Manu was a former member of the Randy Orton's stable "Legacy" and was the weak point of the group while Ted Dibiase Jr. was "injured."

He wasn't very good on the mic and didn't have very good ring skills either.

When Joe Burgett first picked Manu to be released from the WWE in 2009, a lot of people agreed strongly.

For a couple of months now (I think) Manu hasn't been shown on TV. When he and Sim Snuka were first kicked out of Legacy, his WWE career started to go down the drain.

Like I said, the we hadn't seen him on TV in awhile and his career in the WWE came to an end. Bye bye Manu.

Who will be next on the "Future Endeavors List"? Tell me what you guys think.

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