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Bray Wyatt Reacts To Reports Of WWE Official Saying He Deserved To Be Fired

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• Bray Wyatt Reacts To Reports Of WWE Official Saying He Deserved To Be Fired

There are a lot of rumors going on regarding why Bray Wyatt got released from WWE.

There were some reports that Wyatt was getting difficult to work with.

Ringsidenews reached out to a WWE source and they replied the following:

“Not being an apologist or a WWE defender, just telling you like it is. If you were running a business, and Windham was on your payroll, you’d release him, too.

Between his backstage antics and the way he handled himself when making millions and millions while medically flagged, he really deserved to be released.”

Wyatt had the following to say about this report:

“Now that we have Johnny and Bruce’s opinion, I would like to share mine soon.”

Wyatt’s 90-day non-compete WWE clause ended a few days ago and he’s free to sign anywhere he wants now.

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (October 31, 1991) – Old School Wrestling Legend Passed Away

On this day in 1991, we lost Old School Wrestling Legend Gene Anderson (Real name: Eugene Avon Anderson) at the age of 52 due to a heart attack.

Since his debut in 1958, Gene wrestled for various different territories, but most Old School fans remember him for teaming up with kayfabe brother Lars Anderson and later Ole Anderson (another kayfabe brother) as ‘The Minnesota Wrecking Crew’.

The team won several different tag team titles in various NWA promotions such as GCW Georgia Championship Wrestling and NWA Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling (Jim Crockett Promotions).

He retired in 1985, but continued to train future pro-wrestlers, including most famously WWF Attitude Era Superstar “The World’s Most Dangerous Man” Ken Shamrock.

† REST IN PEACE GENE ANDERSON!

October 4, 1939 – October 31, 1991

        
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