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Former WWE Cruiserweight Champion Reportedly Fired For Getting New Tattoos & Backstage Attitude

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On this day in Pro Wrestling history on February 23, 1997, Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling aired ‘WCW SuperBrawl VII’ LIVE on PPV from the Cow Palace in San Francisco, California.

This pay-per-view featured the Heel Turn of “The Macho Man” Randy Savage who joined the nWo New World Order in the process.

Here are the results from that night:

– WCW Cruiserweight Championship: Syxx defeated Dean Malenko (c)

– Konnan, La Parka & Villano IV defeated Juventud Guerrera, Super Caló & Ciclope

– WCW World Television Championship: Prince Iaukea (c) defeated Rey Mysterio, Jr.

– Diamond Dallas Page defeated Buff Bagwell via DQ

– WCW United States Heavyweight Championship: Eddie Guerrero (c) defeated Chris Jericho

– The Public Enemy defeated Harlem Heat and The Faces of Fear

– Jeff Jarrett defeated Steve McMichael

– San Francisco Death match: Chris Benoit defeated The Taskmaster

– WCW World Tag Team Championship: Lex Luger & The Giant defeated The Outsiders (c)

– WCW World Heavyweight Championship: Hollywood Hogan (c) defeated Roddy Piper

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• Former WWE Cruiserweight Champion Reportedly Fired For Getting New Tattoos & Backstage Attitude

As we noted before, WWE released the following names yesterday:

– Tye Dillinger

– Hideo Itami


While Dillinger & Itami asked for their releases, TJP’s release came as a shock to him.

According to BodySlam, TJP was fired because of the new tattoos he got and his backstage attitude.

For those who don’t know, WWE talent are supposed to take permission from WWE officials if they plan to get new tattoos or have long hair and want to cut it (as seen in the case of Baron Corbin, who had to wait until he was finally granted permission to shave his head) as that’s necessary if the talent is a part of WWE video games or has WWE action figures.

On the other hand, TJP was also said to be someone who was difficult to work with, both with wrestlers and higher ups in WWE.

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