As noted yesterday, Mauro Ranallo removed all references to WWE from his bio on his Twitter page. The bio used say he is a WWE commentator, but now the bio simply reads, “SHOWTIME Boxing/@rutten_ranallo/ COMBAT SPORTS CAROUSEL/ Mental Health Advocate.”
In an update, Ranallo has now deleted several tweets about his absence from the WWE.
On Mar. 24, Ranallo tweeted, “I’m deeply touched by your tweets of support. My doctor wants me to stay off social media for now but I wanted to thank you.”
On Mar. 29, Ranallo also tweeted about WrestleMania, saying that he won’t be there and that he wishes everyone luck.
He wrote, “Feeling love from everyone. I am stronger. I want to wish my @WWE family another AMAZING #WrestleMania #KeepUpTheGoodFight #MentalHealth.”
One tweet Ranallo has kept up, however, is a quote from Khalil Gibran.
"Out of suffering have emerged the strongest souls;the most massive characters are seared with scars."-Khalil Gibran #KeepUpTheGoodFight
— Mauro Ranallo (@mauroranallo) April 1, 2017
Ranallo suffers from bipolar disorder and depression, and this is the reason he has been absent from SmackDown Live for several weeks. Many are questioning if he will ever return to the company.