Brian Kendrick’s 2013 High Spots interview has been widely circulated around the Internet Wrestling Community. Kendrick made incredibly controversial and unfounded comments about the Holocaust and the Sandy Hook shooting during that interview. It sounded like something out of an Alex Jones show.
Kendrick didn’t take long to address the resurfaced comments as the repercussions hit home faster than he expected it. He took to twitter to acknowledge the fact the comments he had made are the most vile ones. He deeply regrets what he said and he apologized for the pain he has caused.
I spread the most vile comments without thinking of the damage it would cause. I will live with this regret for the rest of my life. I am truly sorry for the pain I have caused.
Kendrick was taken from tonight’s episode of AEW Dynamite as a result of this. He was supposed to fight Jon Moxley, but that is no longer the case. Tony Khan said on Twitter that Brian Kendrick is no longer on the show. Wheeler Yuta will take Brian Kendrick’s seat. Instead of Kendrick, Jon Moxley will face Yuta.
Brian regrets what he said but the damage has already been done. Let’s see if he gets any opportunity elsewhere in the future. Keep an eye on Ringside News to find out which pro wrestler’s career will be damaged next because of something they said a decade ago.
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