Jimmy Jacobs Reportedly No Longer Working For WWE, What Likely Led To His Release

Bill Pritchard
(Photo credit: CHANDAN KHANNA/AFP/Getty Images)

(Photo credit: CHANDAN KHANNA/AFP/Getty Images)

Pro Wrestling Sheet is reporting Jimmy Jacobs is no longer employed by WWE, and the infamous ‘Bullet Club invasion’ of RAW a few weeks ago was cited as the possible ‘straw that broke the camel’s back.’

According to sources, Jacobs departed the company sometime last week, but it’s unknown if he was released or not. What was confirmed, however, was that there was a lot of heat on him for posting an Instagram photo of himself meeting with Bullet Club during the “invasion” at the Ontario, California WWE RAW taping.

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WWE representatives did not issue any statements regarding Jacobs’ status, but Pro Wrestling Sheet noted the company was much angrier with the ‘invasion’ and it possibly led to them sending a cease and desist order to the Young Bucks over their use of ‘Too Sweet’.

UPDATE: F4WOnline.com’s Dave Meltzer tweeted the following, confirming Pro Wrestling Sheet’s report: 

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