ECW Original Parts Ways with WWE, Turned Down TNA Offer

– Lou D’Angeli, who has worked for WWE in their marketing and live events department since 2006, parted ways with the company at last night’s SummerSlam. D’Angeli accepted a job as the Director of Marketing and Public Relations with Cirque del Soliel last month but worked for WWE this weekend since he was heavily involved with the Axxess event.



D’Angeli was telling people that he loved working for WWE but the job with Cirque del Soliel was too good to pass up. D’Angeli and his family will be relocating to Las Vegas soon. D’Angeli also told people that TNA contacted him to work at Hardcore Justice and he chose not to out of respect for WWE and several executives in the company who helped his family when his mother passed away a few weeks ago.

D’Angeli worked in the original ECW as Sign Guy Dudley and Lou E. Dangerously. With D’Angeli’s departure from WWE, the only remaining employee that worked with the original ECW is Joey Styles.

He wrote the following on Twitter yesterday: “Thank you WWE for the last 4 years. To all my friends there remember its never goodbye. You are all amazing and talented people. Sup!”

Partial source: PWInsider

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