Modified April 20, 2020, 00:22 IST
The other Of the WWE The superstar confirmed their release today from the company Dan’s head It was reported that not only was he released this week, but his car was also “thrown out” through the windscreen while sharing some horrific images from the crash.
Midweek, WWE has confirmed the release of more than 20 superstars across their three brands, with several NXT stars stepping out after the initial push. The publication comes after the company released the statement Related to their economic response to COVID-19.
Announcements revealed that several NXT stars will leave without a formal announcement as they leave the company, such as Rusev, Heath Slater, Jack Ryder, Luke Gallows and Carl Anderson. Deona Purazo, Tenara Conti, MJ Jenkins, Tino Sabatelli and Alexander Jaxic have all confirmed their own releases. And Dan Head, also known as Dorian Muck, confirmed his own release today.
Dan Head was involved in a fatal car accident
Not only did Mathew confirm that he would be released from the WWE, he shared an accidental car accident some time before being released – stating that he would be “thrown out of his car window”. You can check out his tweet Here.
Dan has been with WWE for 20 years, working as a single contestant before joining Riddick Moss There will also be some WrestleMania moments in his head as outliers when he, Moss and Tino Sabbatelli – released this week – would join Charlotte Flair for their WrestleMania 34 debut.
The six-foot-seven star was a regular at NXT live events opposite this television show – but took part in WWE’s Greatest Royal Rumble in Saudi Arabia.
With the release of Dan Mather, he saw the aforementioned Sabbatelli, Tenara Conti, Donna Purazzo, Alexander Jaxic and MJ Jenkins confirm their release, and the official announcement shows Rusev, Kurt Angle, Luke Gallows, Carl Anderson, Heath Slater, No Way Jose, Kurt Hawkins, Jack Ryder, Rowan, Sara Logan, Leo Rush, Drake Maverick, EC3, Eric Young, Aiden English, Primo and Epico Colon, Mike Canelis, and Maria Depart from Canelis Company.
The five unannounced NXT superstars released will be free to wrestle anywhere after 30 days, though the officially announced names are banned according to a 90-day release clause, meaning they won’t be available anywhere until mid-July – as I was able to confirm. Earlier this week.