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#1 melongstrike

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Posted 01 September 2007 - 04:23 PM

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On top of that these names have been released as possible suspects and or suspends

Randy Orton
Charles Haas, Jr.
Adam "Edge" Copeland
Robert "Booker T" Huffman
Shane Helms
Mike Bucci
Anthony Carelli
John "Johnny Nitro" Hennigan
Darren "William Regal" Matthews
Ken "Mr. Kennedy" Anderson and
Chavo Guerrero
Batista
Eddie (Umaga) Fatu
Shoichi Funaki
Sylvain Grenier
John Cena

Your thoughts comments...

Edited by melongstrike, 01 September 2007 - 04:24 PM.


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Posted 02 September 2007 - 09:47 PM

QUOTE(melongstrike @ Sep 1 2007, 05:59 PM) View Post

Story

On top of that these names have been released as possible suspects and or suspends

Randy Orton too valuable for the wwe to be released at this time
Charles Haas, Jr. goodbye!
Adam "Edge" Copeland too valuable for the wwe to be released at this time
Robert "Booker T" Huffman too valuable for the wwe to be released at this time
Shane Helms goodbye!
Mike Bucci who?
Anthony Carelli who?
John "Johnny Nitro" Hennigan goodbye!
Darren "William Regal" Matthews goodbye!
Ken "Mr. Kennedy" Anderson too valuable for the wwe to be released at this time
Chavo Guerrero goodbye!
Batista too valuable for the wwe to be released at this time
Eddie (Umaga) Fatu too valuable for the wwe to be released at this time
Shoichi Funaki goodbye!
Sylvain Grenier I thought he was released already?
John Cena too valuable for the wwe to be released at this time

Your thoughts comments...


My thoughts? pfff batista could be caught on tape injecting world's biggest steroid needle into his ass,
and he'd end up with a.. lol "suspension" yet when a heat jobber gets busted with some cough medicine he gets fired for life.

its all a joke.

Edited by VampX, 02 September 2007 - 09:49 PM.


#3 melongstrike

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Posted 05 September 2007 - 10:43 PM

LOL...

That tickled me.

Seems to be that way with most things around the world.

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Posted 12 September 2007 - 04:46 AM

thats quite the list. i do agree with vamp though, that most of these people are too big name for the company to take much action. all they will get is a little slap on the wrist and a warning.

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Posted 12 September 2007 - 07:40 AM

Booker T quit the company when they issued him a 60 day suspension for wellness policy violations.
Ric Flair quit because of lack of air time.
Eugene was fired due to 2nd failed drug test (pain killers).
Sandman was released today (no reason given).

WWE is desperately looking for talent to fill the void left by suspensions/firings/quittings.
They're gonna debut the Hart Foundation 2.0 pretty soon, D-Low brown might come back to TV (he's currently only in dark matches), and WWE is trying hard to get Chris Jericho back.

Edited by Alex548, 12 September 2007 - 07:41 AM.


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Posted 12 September 2007 - 02:15 PM

QUOTE(Alex548 @ Sep 12 2007, 09:16 AM) View Post

Ric Flair quit because of lack of air time.


Yet on a recent radio interview he denied it saying all was peachy!


And why is it that both news sites i visit have not mentioned the Booker T quiting thing at all?
i had to read it on a forum about a week ago..

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Posted 12 September 2007 - 10:04 PM

Flair:
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Date Added: September 10, 2007
Story By: Marc Middleton
Partial source: Wrestling Observer

- Ric Flair did infact give his notice to WWE around 8/20. Flair was promised a storyline where he would go for the World Title one last time. This doesn't mean that he would be given the title, but if everything went as planned, it is possible that they would have put the belt on Flair one last time.

Steve Austin, Stephanie and Vince McMahon were all said to be involved with the angle and fully supported it. The plan was discussed before Flair moved over to the SmackDown brand. This planned storyline never happened obviously and its believed to be the last straw with Flair, leading him to put in his notice. Sources say Flair doesn't want to play the role of a jobber at this point in his legendary career, which is very understandable.

At this point, Flair is still under contract with WWE and is still getting paid. Most people are expecting Flair to make a return to WWE and get that final World Title push that he deserves.



Booker T (King Booker):
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Date Added: September 11, 2007
Story By: Ryan Gray
Source - Wrestling Observer Newsletter

As we broke over the weekend, Robert Huffman (a/k/a King Booker) quit World Wrestling Entertainment after being informed he was going to be suspended 60 days, because he is also believed to have had a test failure to go along with being in the prosecutor's records as receiving packages of steroids. WWE hopes Booker will reconsider, but as we stated this weekend, they are moving forward under the impression that his is finished with the company.

Huffman already had a chip on his shoulder after John Laurinaitis made the call to do the Florida developmental territory, while turning down his PWA promotion in Houston. WWE had also banned their talent from participating in PWA events in Pasadena, Texas, thus causing Huffman to use TNA talent. This raised many people's eyebrows in WWE, but nothing was said.

There was also a contact issue between Huffman and WWE. For years he swore that he would never wrestle a day past 40 (he is now 42). Recently, Huffman was about to sign a new contract, but it's not clear whether it was actually signed. Huffman is said to be in strong economic shape as he's earned a lot of money from his Hip Hop clothing store in Houston, as well as a wrestling school in the city, and a wrestling school he's affiliated with in South Africa.


Reported on wrestlingdaily.net:
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Despite his public denials, it does appear as if Ric Flair gave notice to WWE a few weeks back. He and the company are still talking and trying to work out their differences but nothing has been ironed out yet. Flair has grown frustrated with WWE over how he was used as well as having to deal with broken promises. He was also upset at how a proposed final run for the World/WWE Title heading up to WrestleMania was changed to something less significant. Flair also is opening a new business, Ric Flair Finance, and is said to be happy at home with his new wife, both obviously contributing factors to him potentially walking away from wrestling.

Booker T's situation is also similar. He continues to have issues with WWE and now that his wife Sharmell is nearly finished with law school, as well as the wrestling school he owns in Houston, he seems content with having to walk away from wrestling if the situation arises. WWE has told Booker to think things over while he is suspended (30 or 60 days) before deciding either way on what he wants to do.

Credit: PWTorch.com


Flair will be back . . . eventually, but Booker T might be done.

Edited by Alex548, 12 September 2007 - 10:16 PM.





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