Longtime WWE employee Mark Carrano became a big topic of discussion after it was revealed that he was responsible for sending Mickie James his wrestling gear in a trash bag. Subsequently, Mark Carrano was fired from his position as a result of his hurtful and unprofessional actions. Mickie James took to Twitter and revealed the entire ordeal as it sparked a lot of controversy on social media. WWE sent a “second package” to Mickie James.
Now it seems that the whole process of sending former WWE Superstars their professional wrestling team has been a practice that has been going on for a long time. According to a report by The Wrestling Observer Newsletter, this practice has been going on for “over a decade.”
As one anonymous star seen on WWE Raw put it, she provided an explanation as to why her belongings were delivered in a garbage bag.
“We have drawers that also travel (like bringing things from home to shows. So we leave little things that we may need from week to week, our gear, makeup, shoes, etc. a lot of people have heavy gear that is easier to leave behind. in the place “.
“Talent that gets let go, if something about them is left behind in the sands, it is packed up and sent back to their homes. I don’t think sending it in a garbage bag is bad. It was done in a way that it was like things in a bag, put it in a box and give it back to him. “
Becky Lynch is the ‘sister’ of the Raw star
Becky Lynch is praised by people both inside and outside the ring. Many backstage stars love Becky not only as a talent, but also as a person. A Raw star is stepping up to the plate to give him the praise that so many have owed for so long as we are still waiting for Lynch to make a great return. Braun Strowman and Lana Sad Bombshell Leaks.
Reigning WWE United States Champion Sheamus had a ton of great words to say about The Man. You can tell how much respect he really has for Lynch.
In an interview with Vibe and Wrestling, she had the following to say about the former RAW Women’s Champion.
Sheamus said, “Becky to me is like a sister,” Sheamus said. “She really is. I love her in pieces. [I’m] super close to her. She went out and made herself. There is no doubt about it. She was not on the radar. He came out every week, shot it down and made himself relevant despite the reservation. “
Sheamus continued, “The cream always rises to the top, and that’s exactly what happened to her,” Sheamus continued. “She went there and she was herself and she did what she believed in. I think we definitely miss her. She is a superstar. She is there with her with the greats of the past and the greats of the future. “
Thanks to Sportskeeda for the transcript.
Fired WWE champion ‘demands’ $ 25,000
Former WWE star Braun Strowman, who was recently released by the company, took to Twitter and asked for “five figures” to make independent appearances.
Braun Strowman is charging a great deal
Strowman had also claimed that he had not spoken to any independent promoters, but said that anyone who wanted to do business could contact his manager. WWE Raw champion ‘defends’ surprise layoffs
“Let me get this FYI out. I have not spoken to anyone about reservations. But if you want to talk business, my agent’s email is in my bio. Thanks for any confusion you may be reading online. “
Mike Johnson of PWInsider.com reported that Strowman’s manager Nick Antocelli has summoned “20-25K” for a three-hour appearance to various promoters who have reached out to his interest in The Monster Among Men.
It is also noted that Antocelli also requests first-class airfare, two hotel nights plus all meals, and covered ground transportation.
We’ll see what’s next for Strowman in the future and where he ends up signing a deal.
Does AEW ‘cancel’ the debut of the former WWE champion?
Former WWE star Mark Henry recently made his AEW debut on Double or Nothing pay-per-view. It was introduced to fans by AEW commentator Tony Schiavone.
Schiavone interviewed him about the latest edition of Dynamite, but the segment was originally supposed to take place at Double or Nothing. Did WWE ‘To Bring Back’ fire the Smackdown star?
AEW cut the segment of the interview with Mark Henry
Tony Schiavone on What Happened When with Tony Schiavone recently revealed that Mark Henry’s interview from the latest episode of Dynamite was originally planned for Pay Per View when Mark Henry made his first appearance. However, they had to cut it off because time was running out.
Schiavone also said that he spoke to Henry backstage before leaving and asked if he knew what he was going to say, to which Henry replied “I always know what I’m going to talk about. “
Then when it was time to do the segment, Henry pointed to his watch when he left and did so to tell Schiavone to finish the segment as they were short on time.
Henry will become the color commentator on a new AEW show called Rampage that will air on Friday nights starting August 13.