Rick Boogs discussed his WWE firing on YouTube.
Rick Boogs says on his YouTube Channel that in his opinion he was terminated from the WWE due to a “backstage political power play”
Also says he will get into the details when the time is right pic.twitter.com/c9K0Rn89oB
— Vick (@Vick_8122) September 24, 2023
It has come to light that a WWE star who was released yesterday provided an update to his earlier message about the release, and he made it clear that he’s not surrendering a title. He might be joking about the matter but you also never know in pro wrestling.
One WWE star who was released yesterday provided an update to his earlier message about the release, and he made it clear that he’s not surrendering a title. Of course, he may be kidding, but you also never know in pro wrestling.
Mace still has possession of the UpUpDownDown title, and he made it clear that they aren’t going to get it back from him as he posted on X.
“Also I’m not giving back the UpUpDownDown title. Sorry not sorry.”
Xavier Woods saw that tweet from Brennan Williams, and he had to reply. In typical form, he picked the perfect animate gif to illustrate what he was feeling at that moment.
Also I’m not giving back the UpUpDownDown title. Sorry not sorry.
— Brennan Williams (@GREATBLACKOTAKU) September 21, 2023
— Austin Creed (@AustinCreedWins) September 21, 2023
WWE recently had the first round of talent releases after completing their merger with UFC under TKO Group Holdings earlier this month. The two combat sports giants officially completed their merger on September 12. The new entity known as TKO Group Holdings made its stock market debut soon after at the New York Stock Exchange.
The merger lead to mass layoffs only days after. It has been noted that the layoffs didn’t stop with office employees only. As expected, the promotion has begun laying off some of the on-screen talents as well.