Rhyno announces retirement after WWE legend is fired on Monday Night Raw

Rhyno announces retirement after WWE legend is fired on Monday Night Raw

December 4, 2018

The 43-year-old hardcore icon was fired by acting general manager Baron Corbin after the veteran was forced to compete against his partner Heath Slater.

The two were ordered to face off by the annoying GM with a stipulation being the loser would lose their job.

Slater won the match – but Corbin would later state the “One Man Band” would be staying as a referee rather than a wrestler.

But the shock axing led to the loser Rhyno, who shot to stardom as part of ECW in the late 90s, to announce he was retiring to the live audience during the commercial break that followed.

It now looks like his twenty-plus-year career is over.

Rhyno held both ECW’s World Heavyweight and TV Championships as well as the NWA World Title and WWE’s Hardcore Championship.

He and Slater also became the inaugural SmackDown Live tag-team champions in 2016.

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The wrestler, real name Terrance Guido Gerin, turned his hand to politics two years ago as he ran as a Republican for the Michigan House of Representatives, angling for the 15th District seat, in his hometown of Dearborn.

In August 2016 Gerin won the Republican Primary but was unsuccessful against Democratic Abdullah Hammoud in November's general election, losing by a margin of 8,297 votes.

Jake ‘The Snake’ Roberts uses ‘Macho Man’ Randy Savage cobra bite to cure his erectile dysfunction

FEW wrestling fans from the 90s will forget seeing Jake "The Snake" Roberts’ cobra biting “Macho Man” Randy Savage’s arm.

Despite it being 27 years ago, the incident still remains one of the most harrowing ever seen in WWE.

The shocking event cemented Roberts’ place as one of the most evil heels in the industry’s history.

But now the veteran is using it to bolster something else rather than his career – his libido!

Read Roberts' surprise admission in full by clicking here.


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