Chikara and The Wrestling Factory will no longer be associated with Rory Gulak.
“Last week, both Chikara, Inc. and The Wrestling Factory, LLC severed ties with Rory Gulak,” the company announced on Twitter. “We take allegations of misconduct very seriously. In accordance with this, we cooperate completely and transparently with all law enforcement agencies. Our priority is and always will be the safety of our fans, cast and crew.”
Insane Championship Wrestling is also removing him from an upcoming show:
ICW has taken the decision to remove Rory Gulak from Gonzo Wrestling on Saturday, 1 February.
— ICW (@InsaneChampWres) January 6, 2020
Rory is the younger brother of WWE superstar and former cruiserweight champion Drew Gulak. What Rory’s alleged misconduct is hasn’t been announced and law enforcement hasn’t made any announcements of this time. He had previously tried out for WWE in 2018.
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