WWE has released Adam Rose after Rose apparently also requested his release from the company.
“WWE has granted Adam Rose’s request to be released, as of today, May 23, 2016. WWE wishes Rose the best in all his future endeavors,” read a statement on WWE.COM.
Rose was already in the doghouse after he was suspended for 60 days for failing a Wellness Program test. He was then arrested for domestic violence but released on $1,000 bond after his wife, who was on the receiving end of that domestic violence, pleaded with the judge to go easy on him and let him return home.
WWE suspended Rose indefinitely following his arrest. Rose maintained his innocence in the Wellness Program failed test saying that he was being treated by his doctor and even published a note from his doc showing that he was getting a treatment for his ADHD.
Rose started with the WWE back in 2010 and made his main roster debut four years later. He was one of the three Superstars profiled on ESPN’s highly-acclaimed E:60 documentary on NXT.