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WWE Writer Leaves The Company & Sends A Message To Haters

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (February 6, 1990) – WCW Clash Of The Champions 10: Texas Shootout

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on February 6, 1990, Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling aired ‘NWA Clash Of The Champions X: Texas Shootout’ LIVE on TBS from the Memorial Coliseum in Corpus Christi, Texas.

This was the show where the 4 Horsemen kicked Sting out of their group, thus replacing him with Ole Anderson in the 6 man Tag Team Steel Cage main event later that night.

Below are the results:

– “Dr. Death” Steve Williams defeated Samoan Savage

– Brian Pillman & Tom Zenk defeated The MOD Squad

– Mil Máscaras defeated Cactus Jack

– Falls Count Anywhere: Norman the Lunatic defeated Kevin Sullivan

– The Road Warriors defeated The Skyscrapers via DQ

– NWA World Tag Team Championship vs. Masks: The Steiner Brothers defeated Doom

– Steel Cage: Ric Flair, Ole Anderson & Arn Anderson defeated The Dragonmaster, Buzz Sawyer & The Great Muta

• WWE Writer Leaves The Company & Sends A Message To Haters

WWE writer Kazeem Famuyide has left the company and he had some things to say about his time in WWE and the people that hate on WWE’s creative/writing team.

Below is what he posted on Twitter:

“Thank you for everything, WWE. Done more for me than you’ll ever know. Thank you for letting me live the dream!

There’s tons more, and a lot of these aren’t possible without the help of great lead writers like Ryan Callahan, Ed Koskey, Steve G and the Road Dogg. I’m endlessly grateful for this experience and learning so much. And now i can say this without consequence…

The WWE creative team are some of the most incredibly hard working, talented, funny, smart and passionate people I’ve ever worked with. They get a sh*t ton of unnecessary online hate and 98% of you who criticize them wouldn’t last a week. They are brilliant.

Also, a big thank you to the extremely kind and thoughtful Paul Heyman, a guy who always sought me out to make sure i was good, give advice, help me with my writing and how to maneuver in the machine. Thank you so much.”

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