Donald Trump is a WWE Hall of Famer, so he’s well aware that pro wrestlers can hold their own. This might have helped one former TNA star get some extra work guarding the former President of the United States of America.
Crimson, AKA Anthony Mayweather, was a staple name in TNA. However, he underwent controversy after he allegedly headbutted his wife in a hotel room back in 2016. While he and his wife denied it, he was arrested and subsequently released.
The former TNA star was released by the promotion, though made a return once again by the name of Mayweather. While he runs his own wrestling promotion now, he’s apparently made a very public appearance completely unannounced.
A tweet detailing security personnel at a Trump rally in Alaska was posted earlier today. While it seemed to specifically detail the kind of security that is covering the rally, it called attention to the men with “huge muscles, tight clothes, and lots of tattoos.”
Security outside the Trump rally includes Anchorage Police, secret service, troopers. Entrance screening done by TSA. But most noticeable is this private security force in the building hired by Trump. Uniform: huge muscles, tight clothes, and lots of tattoos.
Crimson is apparently one of the men hired as Donald Trump’s private security force. Fans on Twitter took notice of it, and the news quickly started spreading.
It’s not that odd, given how Mayweather has served in the U.S. Army for 5 years, including two tours in Iraq. Mayweather’s Tried-N-True Wrestling has been working with NWA since 2017. This is certainly giving fans a lot to talk about today, because nobody expected to see Crimson pop up in this location.
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