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Arn Anderson Fired After Allowing Intoxicated WWE Superstar to Perform

  • Kristopher Robinson

    Exactly. I’m sure she would have been released, just like he was. Very bad PR if this story is true. I’m honestly surprised the Usos, didnt get some form of punishment.

  • CC

    Which gives even more reasons to let her go, yet still no announcement on that.

  • Soulshroude

    I’m with C.C.. before the rumor mill and speculation exists, we should all take this with a grain of salt and NOT sltander/Defame/Libel one of the most respected legends within the WWE and/or wrestling community. How dare anyone do this to ARN ANDERSON.

    Personally and as always.. Me, like anyone else… will be waiting for the REAL story to come to light. This online BULLSHIT, needs to STOP!

  • gar216

    Definitely not a fire able offense anymore. I agree that it should be, but any company large enough to have an HR department will require a lot of hoops to be jumped through first.

  • wildeye

    Apparently she was offered rehab and she went AWOL

  • oppa

    How did she get to the arena? Was she drunk driving, or was she drinking with someone else? Seems like more people should be taking some blame here besides him.

  • CC

    I mean from a position of responsibility in many ways Anderson was far more guilty, but the fact she showed up knowing she had a match and was in that condition, well in most jobs that is a sackable offence.
    Unless this comes from Anderson himself, I will take this story with a pinch of salt. Or if Fox is fired, then that may add credence too.

  • Kristopher Robinson

    That’s the only reason why I think it isn’t true.

  • ROB-1.

    Yes, Fox should have been fired to.

  • CC

    If true, its understandable he was let go, but at the same time Fox should be let go as well.