Hideki Suzuki comments on his WWE exit, says he was shocked by his release

Originally published at Hideki Suzuki comments on his WWE exit, says he was shocked by his release

The former ‘Hachiman’ comments on his exit from WWE.

In early January, it was first reported by Fightful’s Sean Ross Sapp that ten names were released from WWE. The names listed were: William Regal, Brian ‘Road Dogg’ James, Ace Steel, Dave Kapoor, Scott Armstrong, Allison Danger, Ryan Katz, Hideki Suzuki, Timothy Thatcher and Danny Burch.

Hideki worked for WWE as a coach and made his on-screen debut as a part of Diamond Mine. Suzuki was the on-screen coach for the group up until his departure from WWE. He chatted with Tokyo Sports and said he was shocked to find out he was being let go.

He said he’s been officially free since the 5th and is completely unemployed now. After finding out about his release, he learned that fraudulent charges had been made on his credit card for almost $900 U.S.

I was fired, and I’ve been officially free since the fifth. I am completely unemployed now. Somebody, please give me a job.

I was shocked (by my dismissal), and then my credit card was fraudulently used. I made a purchase on Amazon that I had no idea I had made. It was about $900 (about 103,500 yen). I went shopping at a local convenience store that I don’t usually use, and this happened right away…

He was involved in a minor car accident as well. Suzuki is still in the U.S. and when asked about his future plans, he mentioned that he’s been in contact with ONE Championship’s Shinya Aoki.

A series of unfortunate events for sure. Hope he lands somewhere.

I’m shocked anyone would be shocked by a wwe release these days.

Only a handful of talent seem to be immune

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