Bryan Clark, the man formerly known as Adam Bomb, had all his charges permanently dismissed by the prosecution after he was allegedly involved and charged in the state of Arizona for conspiracy, illegal control of enterprise, transporting or selling narcotics, drug possession and possessing a weapon during a drug offense.
The alleged offenses occurred in January and April 2019 and right from the start, his attorney, Robert Jarvis, said that the charges against his client are unreliable and false information.
“The police report contains alleged facts that have been grossly misconstrued and are incorrect. This includes incorrect allegations relating to medication and its use,” he said in February of last year.
“It was a difficult process, but Mr. Clark is pleased to have upheld his integrity. Mr. Clark appreciates his family, friends, and loyal fans who stood by him and gave him support during this long and emotionally draining process,” a statement issued by his legal team today said.
“His discipline learned in the military, sports, and throughout his career also gave him strength to keep going. He is also thankful for a strong legal team led by his attorney, Robert P. Jarvis. As he puts this ordeal behind him, Mr. Clark looks forward to engaging with his fans as a positive role model,” the statement continued.
Clark wrestled for the then-WWF between 1993 and 1995 as Adam Bomb before he went to WCW in 1997 where he stayed until 2001. In WCW, he wrestled using the name Wrath and was part of the Blood Runs Cold faction and then in 2000 he switched to his real name, joining the late Brian Adams as the KroniK tag team. He returned to the WWE in late 2001 for a very short period along with Adams but they were gone after two months.