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Former NXT ref Drake Wuertz rants against WWE for pushing COVID-19 protocols

In a post on Instagram, former NXT referee Drake Wuertz confirmed that he was fired from WWE for refusing to abide by the COVID-19 rules.

In the post, the former head of NXT referees said that any company that is discriminating against employees who refuse to participate in an experimental medical procedure in order to come to work in a normal capacity is violating their basic human rights.

“I questioned, pushed back, and then defied this tyrannical overreach of control. That didn’t fit their narrative and I was punished,” Wuertz wrote.

He said he has no regrets of losing his six-figure job for taking a stand on multiple fronts and it was an easy decision for him.

“I’d rather flip burgers for the glory of God than sell my soul being part of a cabal that’s pushing a deceptive lie that you must mask up or take the jab in order to participate in normal everyday life,” he continued. “A company I thought was patriotic has now bowed to the communist mob agenda.”

Wuertz was fired after multiple incidents and his far right mentality didn’t help.

Colin Vassallohttps://www.wrestling-online.com
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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