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“This Is The Worst Professional Move” – Ric Flair On Latest WWE Release

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Below are a couple of top WWE news stories of the day.

• According to Fightful Select, Steve Rubin (who was the Senior Director, TV Event Relations) has been released from WWE.

He was with the company for over 25 years. Ric Flair tweeted the following about Steve’s release:

“This Is The Worst Professional Move I’ve Ever Seen In My Entire Life To Let Go Of A Man Who Was So Generous And Good, Who Accommodated Everyone Including Me And My Family, And My World Of Friends. God Bless You Steve Rubin! I’m So Sorry!”

Also Read: “I was wrong for getting mad” – Ric Flair

• The Undertaker had his final match in the main event of WrestleMania 36 – Night 1 in 2020.

He defeated AJ Styles in a Boneyard Match and this was his record 25th victory at WrestleMania.

However, Undertaker didn’t knew beforehand that this was going to be his final match, as he was contemplating having more matches.

After he was done filming the Boneyard Match, Undertaker realized his days in the ring as a wrestler are over.

Here’s what he said during a Q&A session on his Patreon:

“I wasn’t thinking ahead. The only thing I was thinking was, ‘There may be more gas in the tank for some other opponents,’ but I didn’t have anybody in mind. I was completely focused on AJ and the shape that I thought I was going to have to be in to have the match that I wanted to have with him, which would have been initially in a wrestling ring. So I mean, my whole focus was on that.”

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