The latest episode of WWE NXT delivered a shocking revelation as a prominent WWE star was written off TV following allegations of apparent misconduct.

During an intense in-ring segment involving the D’Angelo Family and the No Quarter Catch Crew, it was implied that the latter group had made a deal with the former to “take care of” someone. With the missing member of the No Quarter Catch Crew being Drew Gulak, the implication strongly hinted at his fate, suggesting that the D’Angelo Family had orchestrated his removal from the picture, perhaps even going as far as causing harm to him.

The dialogue during the segment hinted at the severity of the situation, with references made to the action being “for the good of the industry.” The implication of Gulak’s disappearance from TV following these allegations adds a layer of intrigue to the ongoing narrative.

This development comes in the wake of allegations made by former WWE star Ronda Rousey during an interview with NewsNation. Rousey recounted an incident involving Gulak where she felt uncomfortable due to his actions. Gulak responded to these allegations, stating that the incident was a misunderstanding and that he had apologized for any discomfort caused.


“Backstage at a WWE event in 2022, I saw Ronda talking with a group in the hallway. I stopped to say hi and shake all their hands, and in an attempt to shake her hand, I accidentally touched her drawstring. Complete accident, and one that I had apologized to her for the mishap.”

Reports from Bryan Alvarez of the Wrestling Observer suggested that there were individuals within WWE who anticipated Gulak’s departure from the company in light of these allegations. While Gulak is still listed on WWE’s website roster page, his future with the company remains uncertain, pending further updates.

As the situation unfolds, fans await further developments and the resolution of this concerning matter within the WWE landscape.

Steve Carrier

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