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Alicia Fox ”went AWOL” from WWE when offered rehab

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Alicia Fox seems to have an issue and that is certainly unfortunate. She showed up intoxicated at a WWE Live Event, which ultimately cost Arn Anderson his job in WWE.

Now we have more details regarding the story. Fightful reports that Alicia Fox was offered rehab by WWE. However, she rejected the offer and simply went AWOL. Apparently, it went as far as WWE employees not having any idea where she was or if she went for rehab in the end or not.

It is said that Alicia Fox has been on “thin ice” several times in the past as well, which includes what happened at Wrestlemania last year with Ronda Rousey’s husband Travis Browne. She also arrived two hours late for an event in 2017 when she was going to get a push.

We will keep you updated on the situation if we get to know more.


  • AKPunk91

    Yeah you need to take like 85% off that feeling you have there.

    Hayes has been known to have “oral agreements” I mistakenly thought it was Alicia Fox but now I remember it was Rosa Mendez.

  • CC

    What does Hayes have to do with it? Because he has said racists stuff in the past?
    Are you saying that not one single black person has ever been let go because of something they have done? Just ask Rich Swann if thats true.

  • Darrin Tyler

    Well she is done now….

  • AKPunk91

    Micahel Hayes thats why

  • Matthew Carter

    At this point, they need suspend her until she get help and get her act together, get her on some Adderall or something.

  • Sparti Love

    Nah nah nah, nah nah nah, hey hey hey.. GOOD-BYE!

  • CC

    I will be honest and say I have no idea why this woman has a job anyway. If she is this unpredictable to work with anyway you have to wonder why she was not let go ages ago, especially when you consider that she is little more than a jobber who shows up and vanishes at the drop of a hat because WWE has no idea what to even do with her most of the time.
    She is not exactly someone most promotions would be fighting to sign to a contract either, so I do not see any harm letting her go. I mean, she is hardly gonna be a top line draw in something like AEW. In fact, WWE would be smart to let her go so she can be disruptive there instead ha ha

  • Omar

    For some reason I found the headline hilarious. Hopefully she lands back on her feat though.

  • Kristopher Robinson

    I honestly don’t understand why they would keep her anyways.