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• WWE Personality Fired After An Unplanned Spot

WWE has fired Quetzalli Bulnes (host of WWE Ahora and El Brunch De WWE) for being involved in an unplanned spot at a Live Event in Mexico City on October 30th.

Bulnes convinced a friend (who is a YouTuber from Spain) to jump the barricade and enter the ring. Bryon Saxton was in the ring when this happened.

Super Luchas provided the following description of this incident:

“There was a scary incident that angered some fans in attendance. Quetzalli Bulnes, host of WWE Ahora on YouTube, wanted to give an unplanned spot on the show to one of her friends, a wrestling YouTuber from Spain named Falbak, who was in ringside.

Falbak jumped the barricade after Quetzalli encouraged him to do so. Byron Saxton called security to catch him, but Quetzalli ordered them not to do anything to him. Byron Saxton’s face was one of fear and then of anger with Quetzalli for this situation of which he, clearly, had no knowledge.

Falbak attempted to get into the ring, but Quetzalli angrily yelled at him to leave and return to ringside. It was reported that Falbak apparently asked Quetzalli for a shout-out at the show and to go for him at ringside, because if she did that, he would give her a gift.

But, Falbak’s plan would have been to get into the ring, declare his love for her and steal a kiss from her, regardless of Quetzalli’s response.”

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If you have never heard of this man before, then we strongly suggest, you look him up online, because Gypsy Joe holds the world record for the longest Professional Wrestling career in history, after performing in the ring for 60 years from 1951 until he retired in 2011.


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