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DH Smith Reveals Post-WWE Plans, Tough Enough Contestant Buys WWE Ticket

— WWE announced Friday that they had come to terms on the release of David Hart Smith, who Executive Vice President of Talent Relations John Laurinaitis once deemed a future WrestleMania main eventer. The third generation talent revealed that he is returning to Japan, where he competed prior to joining the sports entertainment promotion in 2006.

“Yup, Japan here I come! No more WWE, had a great time tho.” Smith wrote on his Facebook page.

His mother, Diana Smith, stated in April that David had plans to cross over to mixed martial arts.

Tough Enough contestant Martin Casaus, who was forced by injury to withdraw from the competition near its conclusion, was spotted buying a ticket to last night’s Raw live event at the Maverik Center in West Valley City, Utah. Furthermore, an independent wrestling promotion he co-owns, UCW-Zero, was handing out fliers promoting upcoming events, including his return match from the ankle injury he suffered while competing on Tough Enough.


  • rko

    Maybe he can make a name for himself in Japan and come back in a few years. I had really hoped to see second generation bulldog thrive in the wwe.

  • JIR

    D H Smith would be interesting to watch him in a MMA cage Bellator would be a good starting point for him maybe a future TUF

  • CC

    If WWE sounds like a bad place to work, why did he say “had a great time tho”.
    Unlike so many whiners, Harry hasnt bitched about being let go or being underused as he understands the business.

  • venom

    @zebra hunter

    These wrestlers know what they are getting into when they sign their contract. Plus they make a lot of money, but they are earning it.

  • zebra hunter

    Wwe really sounds like a bad place to work

  • RawSDNews!

    oh and Luke Robinson all the way WHOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

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  • RawSDNews!

    good luck to David!

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