Austin aries

Matt Morgan: “Austin Aries Should Not Be In That Fucking Division”

We recently reported that Austin Aries was released from his contract by WWE. Later we realized that he was not happy in the company for his stay in the Division of Cruising Weight .

Matt Morgan discussed the release of the Austin Aries WWE on the Wrestling Inc. podcast. Morgan not only gave his thoughts, but provided an insight into what happened .

“Being a short fighter, he has had to fight very hard for everything he has achieved.”

“Behind the scenes, I never saw him arrogant, I never saw him as the troublemaker that people think he is. I only saw one person who had been bothered too much, and when you do not measure two meters, you have to fight for everything, especially when you have all that talent . “

About being in the cruiserweight division.

“We said from the first day that he should not be in that damn division. Everyone said it. The fans said it when they sang their name in the sands, because they did not want to see it in the cruiserweight division, but in the main show against the other stars. That’s why they sang his name, not because he was thrilled to see it among the purple strings. They were not thrilled to see him making stupid sketches of grabbing his ass with Jack Gallagher . They wanted to see him in serious situations with real talent. And that’s what they got lost.

“He is a very complete person; Can do everything. I feel he’s a star-studded talent in the full extent of the term. It can equal anyone in the microphone and can surpass anyone in the ring. WWE misses it, it’s the truth. And what I have heard, and I will not say of him, is that he did everything in his power to obtain his release.

“Before he gave them ideas for his character, stories to be used in the main cast, but wasted a person full of talent, which is a pity. In these times when they pray for having stars, one comes to them and they discard it. “

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