– Matt Striker was interviewed about his release from WWE at last night’s FWE Rumble 2 event in Corona, NY.
Striker admitted that he was “heartbroken” over the news of his release from the company. He said:
“That was my dream job. I had no business being in the WWE for as long as I was there. I learned so much from all of them. I’ll always love wrestling. I’ll always love the WWE. They gave me a chance when no one else would.”
“I love this. I love what WWE does. I love what Japan does. I don’t have much else in this world, I never have. The one thing that gave me passion was wrestling and the WWE. Now, I have to find something else to fill that void.”
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