WWE Name Banned From TV

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One WWE star’s time in the company looks to be nearing its end after their name was banned from being mentioned on TV.

The culture in WWE has been under the spotlight in recent months after the bombshell lawsuit filed against Vince McMahon accusing him of sexual assault and sex trafficking. Behaviours in the company form part of that suit and several members of WWE management have been named as known about Vince McMahon’s affair with the former WWE employee at the heart of the situation.

Speaking to NewsNation, Ronda Rousey looked back on one unfortunate incident for her in WWE when she said one talent in the company grabbed at her sweatpants while she was walking by:

I was standing there and this guy I was barely an acquaintance with grabs the string of my sweatpants as I’m walking by…and nobody reacts as if this is abnormal, and he’s going down the hall and I’m like ‘what the f*ck is that? Why are you grabbing the string of my sweatpants? If my husband was standing there next to me, would you feel comfortable walking up to me and grabbing the string of my sweatpants?’

All the guys around me were like, this is part of the day. And if this guy was coming up to me and doing this kind of stuff to me when there are other people around, what’s happening to these other girls when I’m not in the hallway?

Rousey later clarified that she was talking about NXT star Drew Gulak. Gulak has since given his side of the story but since Rousey’s claims were made, he has been pulled from television.

Drew Gulak Not To Be Named On WWE TV

The No Quarter Catch Crew in NXT that Gulak was a part of have seemingly parted ways with him. On the 16th of April edition of NXT television, the No Quarter Catch Crew were seen talking with The Family where it became clear a deal had been struck for Gulak to be taken out “for the good of the industry” but his name was never mentioned.

In Fightful’s NXT post-show, Corey Brennan reported that Gulak’s name is now a dirty word on WWE television:

There’s a directive right now not to mention Drew Gulak. That is something I can say with absolute certainty. They don’t want to bring attention to it.

Drew Gulak is still listed on WWE’s roster page but there were some in the company expecting his firing after Ronda Rousey’s allegation came to light.