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Lio Rush Responds to Story of Heat With WWE

April 25, 2019 | Posted by Joseph Lee
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UPDATE: Lio Rush has updated his Twitter account with a statement on the story that was released by The Wrestling Observer Newsletter, which you can see in full below:

“The fact of the matter is no matter what you do you do in life, no matter what route you take, you’ll always have people out there that’ll try to tear you down. Tell you that you can’t be or do something. Try to stomp on your name and hault your success. The fact of the matter is that i love what i do and have been in love with the dreams of being in the current position that I’m in now since i was 5 years old . The fact of the matter is that i am a young, hungry, and humble husband and father of two boys who believes in himself more than anybody will ever believe in me. The fact of the matter is that i am a passionate African American male in America who takes my passion seriously and will do whatever it takes to change me and my family’s situation. The fact of the matter is that I’ve overcome neglect, suicide, anxiety, depression, and everything else at a very young age that a human of my current age should never have to go through. The fact of the matter is that you can beat these demons, achieve what you’ve sought out to achieve. The fact of the matter is that i do what i do for the people like me. For the people who struggle, for the people who fight, for the kids who dream and for the men and woman with hope. The fact of the matter is that you don’t always know the facts and that’s ok.”

ORIGINAL: The latest edition of The Wrestling Observer Newsletter reports that there is internal heat on Lio Rush in WWE. Rush is said to be a “confident man” which can “rub people the wrong way.” He didn’t appear with Bobby Lashley at the RAW taping this Monday, where Lashley competed in the dark match main event.

Rush has reportedly been telling people that he thinks he should be a top guy for the RAW brand and “hasn’t been shy” about it.

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