While it has been confirmed that SAnitY is no more, Alexander Wolfe's statement implies that the German Superstar may be on his way out of WWE entirely.
This year's Superstar Shakeup has once again thrown up a lot of changes on the WWE roster. One of the strangest was Eric Young's move from SmackDown Live to Raw. That in itself isn't odd, it's that it basically happened unannounced. Young was thrown up on the screen with some other transfers as if he were nothing more than an afterthought.
What makes the Young move even more puzzling is WWE is yet to explain what that means for SAnitY. The entire Shakeup has now been and gone and not only have we not seen Killian Dain or Alexander Wolfe, SAnitY's fate has not even been mentioned. We've had to rely on the social media accounts of the pair on that front for news of what's next for them.
Dain was the first to offer some insight into SAnitY's fate. After Young's move to Raw, the Northern Irishman wished his former faction partners luck and thanked the fans for supporting them. Wolfe's statement later in the day was much more lengthy and even a little cryptic. The German listed some of SAnitY's accolades and also thanked the SmackDown Live locker room.
It's the very last line of Wolfe's post that has caught fans' attention. "Goodbye #WWE." That obviously implies that not only is SAnitY over and done with, but Wolfe might also be on his way out of WWE. However, according to Pro Wrestling Sheet, the former NXT Tag Team Champion is still under contract. It's entirely possible that he could be returning to NXT, hence him specifically referencing the blue brand's locker room.
There are more and more examples of NXT Superstars going to waste on the main roster as time passes. However, SAnitY might well be the worst example of that to date. The trio, or quartet if you include Nikki Cross, wasn't even given a chance. Whatever happens next, we wish all of them the best of luck. Perhaps we could see the three male members of the group go their own way on WWE's three separate brands.