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Top AEW Star Deletes His Twitter Account Because Of Elon Musk

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• Top AEW Star Deletes His Twitter Account Because Of Elon Musk

A few days back, WWF Legend Mick Foley deleted his Twitter account because of Tesla owner Elon Musk, who bought the social media company for $44 billion and wants to establish ‘Free Speech’ on it without much censorship (except for extreme situations).

Here’s what the former Cactus Jack tweeted back in April when reports came out about Musk wanting to buy Twitter:

“I’ll be giving some serious thought to leaving Twitter for good in the near future. I do not have a good feeling about where this platform is heading.”

Now, former AEW World Champion ‘Hangman’ Adam Page has also deleted his Twitter account. Below is what he tweeted before deleting his account:

“i am deleting twitter from my phone.

useful links:

IG: http://instagram.com/hangmanadampage

wrestling: http://allelitewrestling.com

appearance inquiries: @ptappearances

podcast: no

us voting info: http://vote.org

beautiful stallions around the world: https://youtu.be/XGgW6lwku8Y“

Hangman joined Tony Khan’s All Elite Wrestling early on in 2019, before the official launch of the promotion, and held the AEW World Title from November 13th 2021 until May 29th 2022.

While Adam Page portrays the gimmick of a Texas Outlaw, he’s actually from Halifax, Virginia.

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (November 8, 2020) – Old School WrestleMania Celebrity Passed Away

On this day in 2020 we lost Old School WrestleMania Celebrity Alex Trebek at the age of 80 after fighting pancreatic cancer for almost 2 years.

Alex Trebek was well known as the host of the famous TV game show “Jeopardy!” since 1984.

At WWF WrestleMania VII in 1991, he appeared as a celebrity, who worked not only as an interviewer, but also as the special guest ring announcer for the main event between WWF World Heavyweight Champion Sgt. Slaughter and Hulk Hogan.


July 22, 1940 – November 8, 2020

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