Mr. Kennedy had a bright future in WWE as many felt he was going to be the next big thing in the company. He had a rocket strapped to his back and was destined for greatness. It seems there is more to his recent story than initially thought.

Mr. Kennedy had an undefeated streak in 2006 and was later pushed to win the Money in the Bank contract. Unfortunately, a series of injuries and backstage issues ultimately derailed his numerous pushes.

As reported earlier, Ken Anderson was called out for scamming students in his pro wrestling school. According to BodySlam.net, as revealed by a text sent to one of his students named Wyatt Tordsen, the school had been conversing with a realtor for a location as it did not have a building for students to perform in.

However, plans for acquiring a building fell through in the end. It was also said that Anderson’s school specifically were interested in renting the building for only three months. Anderson also offered Tordsen a four-month crash course for a discounted rate of $1,300.

After that, a student could walk away or finish the course, with eight months being the minimum to graduate from the school. Regardless of whether a student took a deal or not, the school would require to be open for longer than three months for the full extent of what the students paid.

Tordsen paid the $500 downpayment up and The Academy: The School of Professional Wrestling informed Tordsen that there are 20 students per class, which means a full class would make the school around $59,000.

Tordsen also stated that he paid in September of 2020, having signed up to begin training in February the following year. After the course was postponed, the school reached out to him to push it back further in May last year. The postponements have reached as late as November 2022 with almost no explanation whatsoever. He also issued the following statement:

“I hope nothing but the best for the victims who lost more money than I did. I could’ve very much been in a worse position if I took his sale he offered me. I’m very concerned for Mr. Anderson and am let down I won’t be trained by a childhood superhero of mine. I hope he can refund the others.”

Ken Anderson has yet to respond to any of the allegations meted out against him and at this point in time, it is unlikely he will do so. We will keep you update on this ongoing story.

Subhojeet Mukherjee

Subhojeet has been a massive fan of professional wrestling for over 22 years, since the early days of the Monday Night Wars. Aside from wrestling, he also is into TV shows, movies, Anime, novels and a lot of music.

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