Fans miserable after WWE discharges hotshots including Billie Kay, Peyton Royce and Samoa Joe

 WWE reported the arrival of nine whizzes Thursday, days after Wrestlemania 37 that incorporated a few previous heroes and an "IIconic" pair. 

A portion of the large names that were delivered incorporate Samoa Joe, Billie Kay, Peyton Royce and Mickie James. Those four whizzes joined to hold 12 WWE titles during their experience with the organization 

The most enriched star delivered, James is a five-time WWE ladies' hero and one-time Divas champion in more than 13 years with the organization. She left WWE in 2010 and returned in 2016, yet from that point forward was sparingly utilized. She last contended in the ladies' Imperial Thunder in January, yet tweeted she was thankful for her time in the organization.

Kay and Royce, both from Australia, rose to popularity during their time in NXT as the The IIConics. Known for their skills on the mic, the duo made it onto the main roster and won the WWE Women's Tag Team Championships at WrestleMania 35.

The pair were broken up last year and found very limited success since then, even though Kay became a hit with fans with her "resumé" gimmick.  Kay took part in the tag team turmoil match on night one of WrestleMania 37.

Fans voiced their displeasure with the release of the pair on social media, asking why the team was forced to split in the first place. 

Billie Kay has literally smashed every single opportunity she's had on TV in the past year or so.

Two-time NXT Champion and United State Champion Samoa Joe had some memorable matches with Broke Lesnar before injuries forced him into a commentary role. He was on commentary for Wrestlemania 37 and part of the Raw announcing team until this past Monday when Adnan Virk, Corey Graves and Byron Saxton were announced as the new team.

Other wrestlers released include Kalisto, Tucker, Bo Dallas, Wesley Blake and Chelsea Green.

Kalisto signed with WWE in 2013 and was a two-time United State Champion and one-time WWE Cruiserweight and NXT Tag Team Champion. Tucker is best known for being part of Heavy Machinery alongside Otis. He and Kalisto recently competed in the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royale on last week's Wrestlemania Smackdown.