Velveteen Dream was released from WWE today. This was not that surprising for some fans, but others are still talking about the big news. There was also a fear that he might become a WWE Performance Center coach.

Rob Schamberger’s name might not ring many bells, but fans who sees his art will know who he is immediately. Schamberger has completed hundreds of WWE paintings and the company has sold them at auction and on their official store. He had something very interesting to say following the news of Velveteen Dream’s release.

While not namedropping Dream, Schamberger logged onto Twitter and released a very truthful account of his experiences with the now former WWE NXT Superstar. He called Velveteen Dream unprofessional and hopes that this release is a wake-up call.

Without saying anything further: He was the single most unprofessional person I’ve encountered in this business. I hope this is the wake up call he needs to start doing the emotional work to become a better person. All told.

Rob Schamberger didn’t name Velveteen Dream in his post, but everyone got the message. There was no doubt about who he was talking about.

We invite you to click here for a timeline of events surrounding accusations concerning Velveteen Dream.

We will have to see what Velveteen Dream does next. Odds are he will have some difficulty finding work in the pro wrestling world with all of the baggage he accrued while in WWE.

H Jenkins

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