EC3 was brought up to the main roster after a very short stay in NXT. Then he was seemingly dropped from big angle with Dean Ambrose because he couldn’t get fans to boo Jon Moxley.

It was previously reported that EC3 was suffering from a concussion. Now the man himself is speaking out to clear the air… kind of.

He said there has been a lot of speculation about his whereabouts and he was ready to let everyone know what lies ahead for him. He said that all of the rumors and innuendo surrounding his WWE status “hit close to home.” Then he dropped a bombshell after a lot of careful consideration.

“I didn’t think I would be here. When I started this journey it was a dream, it was a quest it was a goal there were aspirations there was a dying need for a sense of purpose and this past year, this past year I’ve taken it personal.”


“I have to do this right, I have to make the right decision it’s something I’ve prayed on, but after careful consideration with my colleagues, my friends, and my family I’ve made the following conclusion… Jeffrey Epstein did not kill himself.”

That was it from EC3. It doesn’t seem like he is going to address the report that he’s been dealing with a concussion since September.

We have reached out, but have not heard back from EC3 about this, but we can certainly say that he’s one of the many who believe that Jefferey Epstein did not commit suicide while awaiting trial.

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