Wrestling101.com has posted a new interview with former WWE star Kizarny, real name Nick Cvjetkovich, who currently wrestles as Sinn Bodhi, where he trashes WWE and discusses the backstage atmosphere of the company. The following is an excerpt from the interview:
"Working at WWE was also awful because there is so much politics and back stabbing you never know who your enemies are because they are all gutlessly and unaccountably hiding in the shadows. I wasn’t given a straight reason why I was released. One minute I was told how unique I was and how great of a work ethic I had. The next minute they had nothing for me. I have heard many different theories. I guess I just didn’t fit their mold of cookie cutter. Not enough abs showing I guess even though in the ring I can run circles around every ex-NFL player or jacked up underwear model collecting a paycheck in the WWE developmental system. Vince and his billion dollar case of ADD wants Ken Dolls sports entertaining against other Ken Dolls at the moment. Me looking weird or different didn’t compute with the tunnel vision that WWE sometimes has even though Rob Zombie, Marilyn Manson and Hot F*****g Topic retail stores are all the rage with kiddies."
For those wondering why TNA’s Alissa Flash did not appear at this past Monday’s all-Knockout Impact taping, she did note on her Twitter account recently that she stepped on some glass from a shattered Christmas bulb and suffered some type of foot injury.
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