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BREAKING NEWS: Champion Released From WWE After Abuse Allegations & Controversial Photo

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• BREAKING NEWS: Champion Released From WWE After Abuse Allegations & Controversial Photo

Multiple sources have confirmed that NXT Tag Team Champion Nash Carter of MSK has been released from WWE.

Nash’s wife, former IMPACT Wrestling star Kimber Lee, accused Nash of physical and mental abuse.

Below is what she tweeted:

“Hey @WWENXT this is my face after your tag champ @NashCarterWWE got wasted and hit me so hard he split my lip open. He told me I’m a wrestler so I’m always marked up. I’ve hid this for a year and even forgave him. But I can’t hide it anymore.”

“You all wanted the proof. There it is. I’m sorry I backed out but he was telling me lies all weekend to get me to not say anything.”

She also posted a photo of Nash sporting a Hitler moustache and doing a Nazi salute:

“Just another look into the kind of person @NashCarterWWE is…@WWENXT @wwe

I’ve hid so much for so long because I was so mentally abused. Not to mention the countless anti LGBTQIA+ statements him and his family make…”

Nash’s tag team partner is Wes Lee. Wes Lee’s wife posted the following on Twitter:

“Just so everyone is aware, @NashCarterWWE has been living with Wes and I for months ever since she was in the hospital (which she checked herself into). He’s actually been the one trying to avoid her and HER mental abuse. They haven’t been together. He went to 1 therapy session.”

“People wondering why I’m speaking out…if you had a close friend that was being dragged under the bus for something you know he didn’t do and it’s getting plastered all over the internet, y’all are just gonna stand back, watch and not do anything about it? 🤔 “

WWE hasn’t officially announced Nash’s release as of this writing.

Last night, WWE announced that MSK will defend their NXT Tag Team Titles against Grayson Waller & Sanga on next week’s NXT 2.0.

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• ON THIS DAY IN WCW HISTORY (April 6, 1996) – WCW Pro

On this day in 1996, World Championship Wrestling aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WCW PRO Wrestling’.

This episode featured pre-taped matches, interviews & segments, building storylines on the road to the upcoming ‘WCW Slamboree 1996’ PPV.

Here’s the card:

Barrio Brothers vs. Jim Duggan & Craig Pittman

Scott Norton vs. The One Man Gang

Public Enemy vs. Men at Work (Mark Starr & Chris Kanyon)

Shark vs. Pez Whatley

Interview w/Disco Inferno

Lex Luger vs. Ice Train

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