It's been six months since Luke Harper took to Twitter and revealed that he requested his release from WWE, but the company never followed through with his wish.
Luke Harper might have returned to a prominent spot in WWE, but all signs point to him still being far from happy.
Luke Harper has seized an opportunity to take a dig at WWE over its NXT merchandise.
We don't usually enjoy it when a rumor we report gets debunked, but Luke Harper's return to TV at Sunday's Clash of Champions was certainly one we did not mind being made to look foolish over.
Erick Rowan was going to need help if he wanted to beat Roman Reigns, and he got in the form of an unlikely former ally.
Luke Harper is reportedly still at odds with WWE after Vince McMahon opted to extend his contract and the chairman is reportedly against putting him on TV.
In the litany of wasted talents in WWE, Luke Harper must sit very near the top of the pile. After a stellar run in the independent wrestling scene as Brodie Lee, Harper arrived in WWE as a member of T...
WWE refused to grant Luke Harper's requested release, and it doesn't seem like things are about to get any better for the former Wyatt Family member.
It's well known by now that a handful of talents in WWE have become disgruntled with their place in the company, and some of them have tried unsuccessfully to get out of their contracts.
The plot thickens in the Luke Harper saga. There are now reports that the Superstar initially requested to be released as far back as November.
According to a recent report, even though WWE won't let him leave, it appears they have no plans to use disgruntled Superstar Luke Harper.
Bray Wyatt revealed on social media that he's working on getting a spot for Luke Harper on his Firefly Fun House show.
Luke Harper took to social media prior to SmackDown Live on Tuesday and told the WWE Universe he's asked for his release from WWE.