Trent Baretta Talks About His WWE Release, The ‘Rubbermen’ And More In New Interview

Bill Pritchard

Slam Sports of Canoe.ca published a new interview with recently released WWE Superstar Trent Baretta. The former Dude Buster talks about how he found out about his release, the 'rubber men' moniker he shared with a group of WWE Superstars and more. You can read a few excerpts below:  

"Luckily I wasn't driving to the show with everyone at the time, it was just me when I got the callI totally saw it coming. I was on the road doing pretty good, I thought I was improving constantly and then I tore my tricep. I was out six months and was ready to get back to it and was sent to FCW practice. So I was like, 'Ohh, something's up. This isn't good.'"

"There were times on Superstars and NXT I got to wrestle longer. Even in the Saddledome I got to have an awesome match with Tyson Kidd — it is probably my favourite match. They gave us 17 minutes [so] a great match is going to happen. It was in Canada so the people were behind him. Tyson is one guy who every time I got in the ring with him it was so easy and so much fun. Me, Tyson and Curt Hawkins used to call ourselves the rubber men because we could take a lot of bumps and took pride that none of us got hurt. In 2012 I tore my tricep, Hawkins tore his knee and just at the end of the year Tyson blew out his knee. So rest in peace rubbermen. It's a sad story."

You can read the entire interview at the following link.

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