Justin Credible Removed From Extreme Reunion; Details on Why

Nick Paglino

Former ECW and WWE star Justin Credible was scheduled to work tonight's Extreme Reunion event in Philadelphia, however, according to PWInsider.com, he was pulled from the show after promoters were concerned with his condition prior to his bout.

It's being said that during the course of the show, Credible was described at one point as "slumped over, passed out asleep," in the locker room, at which time he was asked to leave the building.

Credible then returned to the arena and begged officials to allow him to work the show, but he was turned down and again asked to leave. Credible was later spotted walking around in the crowd and was finally walked to the back where he then left the venue.

Credible was scheduled to face Jerry Lynn on the card, with the plan being to add Devon "Crowbar" Storm to the bout as a surprise.

It's worth noting that Credible and Sabu (who remains hospitalized as of this writing) were hanging out last night, as Credible tweeted the following photo of an unconscious Sabu:

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