WWE News: SmackDown superstar expresses his frustrations after being left out of a recent live event
What's the story?
Sanity member Killian Dain recently took it to Twitter and questioned his booking on the main roster after having failed to compete on SmackDown Live in recent months and in another recent tweet, 'The Beast of Belfast' took a step further. By the look of things, Dain isn't very happy.
In case you didn't know...
Sanity made their WWE debut in 2016 when the Eric Young led group first wreaked havoc on the company's developmental brand NXT. The stable consisting of Young, Killian Dain, Alexander Wolfe, and Nikki Cross won the NXT Tag Team Championships and were part of some of the most exciting feuds' in NXT before eventually being called up in 2018.
Following their explosive debut on SmackDown Live, Sanity has had one of the weakest runs on the main roster and haven't had a chance to shine on the big stage as much as one would have thought.
The heart of the matter
Alexander Wolfe and Killian Dain are two of the most prominent members of Sanity and the two men recently took it to social media and expressed their frustrations over being poorly booked on the main roster thus far.
While it seemed like other members of Sanity were a part of this week's WWE House Shows, it looks like Dain was seemingly being left out of in-ring action, as he took one step further and questioned his booking on the main roster once again.
As per Dain's recent tweet, other members of Sanity were present in Vancouver for the latest SD Live House Show, whereas, his wife, Nikki Cross was with the Monday Night crew in Regina.
Dain's tweet clearly suggests the fact that he was being left out of action last night and he definitely didn't take it too kindly it seems.
Sanity hasn't had the proper chance to shine on the main roster so far and it is truly a shame that the trio of Eric Young, Killian Dain, and Alexander Wolfe have been left out of competition on the blue brand.
The SmackDown Tag Title scene is surely a very exciting one right now, with the likes of The Bar, The Usos, and new champions The Miz and Shane McMahon getting a chance to showcase their talent. Adding Sanity to the mix will surely make things a lot better.