On April 15, WWE released 33 Superstars including Luke Gallows, Karl Anderson, Drake Maverick, Zack Ryder, and EC3. Nine producers were also furloughed while longtime referee Mike Chioda was let go. The releases came after the company announced they would be making cutbacks because of the coronavirus pandemic, despite estimates showing WWE is still on course to make record profits in 2020.
Another Superstar released by the company was Sarah Logan, but she seemingly won't be out of work for long. Sean Ross Sapp reported on Fightful Select that several people "went to bat" for Logan after her release and encouraged company officials to give her another shot. While WWE may choose to not re-sign The Wilding, Sean Ross Sapp noted there is a good chance she rejoins the company.
Logan signed with WWE in 2016 and made her main roster debut in November 2017 as part of The Riott Squad with Ruby Riott and Liv Morgan. She enjoyed some success in the group as she teamed with Morgan in the Elimination Chamber match to crown the inaugural Women's Tag Team Champions and took part in high profile feuds against Charlotte Flair and Ronda Rousey. After The Riott Squad disbanded as part of the 2019 Superstar Shake-Up, Logan has done little of note and spent most of the past year wrestling on Main Event.