Brian Kendrick Removed from AEW Debut Due To His Problematic Comments

Brian Kendrick Looses His Chance To Debut

Brian Kendrick is an American professional wrestler. He is very popular for his actions in WWE. He is also famous for his appearance with Ring of Honour, new Japan pro wrestling and total non-stop action wrestling. Further, he is trained by the very famous wrestler Shawn Michaels.

He got pulled from his debut at All Elite Wrestling on Wednesday because of his offensive comments on his post for Holocaust, 9/11 and Sandy Hook.

Brian Kendrick picture
From Twitter @mrbriankendrick

The President Of AEW Finals His Decision.

Kendrick was all set to face off against Jon Moxley at AEW Dynamite as his debut match after he receives his grant for release from WWE. Later on, the President of AEW Tony Khan removes his name from the show. Wheeler Yuta replaces him.

Tony said that his team was aware of the abhorrent and offensive comment by Kendrick in the past. Further, he said that AEW will not tolerate such comments and expression of his. He found it best to remove Kendrick from the match after this incident.

Moxley vs Kendrick match poster
From Twitter @AEW

Kendrick’s Harsh Comments, Then His Apology.

The Website Culture recapped a video of Brian Kendrick from 2013 where his comments found to be outrageous. He said that the incident of 9/11 was a potential attack by Illuminati, further he comments that Holocaust is overblown. Then he comments abusively on Sandy Hook. Not only this much, he trusts that Michael Jackson faked his death.

It is still not clear behind which past comments Tony is taking action on, but it is pretty clear that the comments made by him 10 years ago are getting paid-off.

As per the report, the video of his comment came up online just before his one on one match with Moxley. Later, on his Social Media he made an apology after the decision of his removal.