You never know what can happen when you go to a pro wrestling show and fans at the last Revolution Pro Wrestling show had no idea what would happen when Sam Adonis came out.
Adonis, who happens to be Corey Graves’ brother came out and started railing on fans on the microphone. He called then “f*ggots” and “r*tards” and has been apparently banned from the promotion at this point.
We’ll keep you updated on this story if there are any new developments, but as of right now it might not be likely that Sam Adonis will be going that far on the microphone for a while. Then again, you never know because this is the same guy who got over as a mega heel in Mexico with a pro-Donald Trump gimmick.
Revolution Pro head Andy Quildan said an official statement will be coming soon.
Official statement will come tomorrow but to reiterate what I said at the show. I’m sorry. Pro Wrestling is a beautiful thing and sadly tonight we saw an ugly side of it. I’m happy to answer anyone’s concerns/questions & trust me when I say I’m just as disappointed as you guys.
— Andy Quildan (@AQuildan) August 5, 2018
Apparently Sam Adonis debuted for Rev Pro, call the fans "f*ggots" and "retards", then was banned from Rev Pro. Well that was a thing that happened
— Soundwave (@LocalSoundwave) August 6, 2018
Sam Adonis attacked Kurtis Chapman. Then he dropped the 6 letter F Bomb and the crowd are turning their back on him
— Monkey B Block (@Monkey_Buckles) August 5, 2018
— Tom Fryer (@UKWrestlingTom) August 6, 2018
Sam Adonis turned up, told an audience member to suck some white stuff out of something other than a pastry, said something along the lines of British audience members behaving like they have down syndrome (I'd stopped listening properly) and called an audience member a f*ggot.
— Hells Bells (@NobleNonsense) August 5, 2018