Jaxson Ryker signed with WWE in 2017 amid much fanfare. After being placed in the “Forgotten Sons” tag team with Wesley Blake and being repackaged as Steve Cutler, he received the edgier name and a bigger push. It all fell apart in June of 2020 when he made comments supporting Donald Trump at the height of the Black Lives Matter movement.
When Jaxson Ryker posted pro-Donald Trump remarks during the height of the Black Lives Matter movement, he received a lot of backlash. Then, after being brought back on television and marketed, he was released after more than a year.
Jaxson Ryder recently uploaded an Instagram picture that briefs down his controversial take on public gatherings. Last year, the COVID-19 epidemic swept the globe, affecting a variety of businesses around the globe. Ryder has no added his take on the pandemic scenario.
There are over 70,000 maskless fans tonight in Highmark Stadium watching the Buffalo Bills play the Ne England in New York. It is also 5 degrees outside and the shoulder to shoulder crowd is going wild.
Can someone remind me again why churches with heat in America are still shut down and so many people get upset if you don’t wear a mask except an NFL football game?
COVID-19 has been taking the world of pro-wrestling by storm. While it’s not as bad as it was in the year 2020 when the sports industry was forced to operate without no audiences, the Omicron variant is causing another bout of economic damage to resurge.
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