Longer live the king? This week's show, which featured more build for the TLC PPV, the full-fledged reunion of The Shield, and a new WWE Cruiserweight Champion crowned when Kalisto defeated Enzo Amore in the main event, drew 2.871 million viewers.
Sources confirmed to us that Neville walked out before Raw on Monday, though WWE has officially denied that he's quit the promotion.
Prowrestlingsheet have reported that Neville walked out before the show as he was scheduled to lose his title match against Amore.
Neville's last appearance on television was during the segment where Kalisto joined the cruiserweight division on Raw last week.
Neville (real name Benjamin Satterley) signed with WWE in 2012.
Opinion: I'm still wanting more details about this but at the moment, it seems that Neville wasn't happy with playing second fiddle to Amore and being stuck on "205 Live" for the foreseeable future. It's clear that he could wrestle with the heavyweights (he's done it before) but he's stuck wrestling the same guys over and over again.
You'd hate to see someone as exciting and talented as Neville leave the company, but at the same time, you could maybe see where he could be a bit frustrated with his direction within the company.
Neville could be following in the footsteps of his WrestleMania opponent Austin Aries who left the company after a string of booking decisions that went against him.