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Son Of WWF Veteran Suggests That He Has Been Fired From WWE

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WWE NXT wrestler Brooks Jensen has sparked rumors of his departure from the company following a series of cryptic and ominous tweets.

Jensen, the real-life son of WWF Veteran Bull Buchanan, who has not competed since March and has been absent from television, has been notably active on social media during his hiatus.

His posts suggest a growing disconnect with WWE. He has claimed on Twitter that he has shown up for episodes of RAW and NXT only to be turned away. Additionally, he mentioned that he “used to” train at the WWE Performance Center, indicating a possible end to his time with the company.

Further fueling speculation, Jensen updated his Twitter bio to include booking information, listing an email address for potential wrestling engagements. He shared a screenshot of this update with the caption, “You know how it goes #WWENXT,” hinting at a possible exit.

Given WWE’s exclusivity clauses, it’s highly unlikely that an active WWE talent would publicly list booking information. This move strongly suggests that Jensen may have been released from WWE. However, it remains unclear if his departure is legitimate or if his recent social media activity is part of a storyline. The lack of direct confirmation or denial from Jensen adds to the uncertainty.

As of now, Jensen is still listed on WWE’s official roster page, leaving fans and industry insiders to speculate about his future.

Whether Brooks Jensen has indeed parted ways with WWE or is engaged in an elaborate storyline, the situation remains shrouded in mystery.

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