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James Ellsworth comments on WWE release

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James Ellsworth had nothing but good things to say about WWE and its fans after he was notified that he was released from his contract.

Ellsworth, who started with the company in July of last year, said that when he wrestled Braun Strowman, the match didn’t last two minutes, and with that, neither was his WWE career supposed to either. “Thanks to fans all over the world, in those nearly 2 minutes I lasted a year and a half at WWE, I’ll never forget what wrestling fans did for me, I can’t wait to meet fans all over the world,” he wrote in a post on his social media.

He also added that he isn’t done yet and it’s just getting started and he will show the world that any man with two hands has a fighting chance, quoting his promo from that July episode of Raw that led him to being signed. Ellsworth also thanked WWE for letting him live his dream.

Fellow Superstars all had great things to say about him and posted on their Twitter what a good man he really is, wishing him good luck.

Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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