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Frankie Kazarian Leaves WWE? - Updated!
According to PWInsider.Com, Frankie Kazarian has asked to be let go by WWE, a request that was apparently granted. Kazarian recently parted ways with TNA to sign with WWE, but has apparently been growing increasingly impatient with the fact that he's not part of the main roster.

Kazarian has been a mainstay of Velocity for a while now, but really wanted to move up to the SmackDown! roster, and when this did not come to fruitition decided to part ways with the company.

Kazarian's profile was at the time of writing still up on WWE.Com's SmackDown! bios page, but will most likely be taken off the site shortly.

News courtesy of PWInsider.Com:

"More details have come out on Frankie Kazarian's impending departure from World Wrestling Entertainment, as we reported on earlier. According to sources close to the situation, several factors contributed to Kazarian going to WWE and asking for his release, which apparently has been granted.

Things got off on the wrong foot several months ago, when Kazarian, frustrated with not being used while under a WWE contract, went to WWE and essentially said he wanted to be released if he wasn't going to be used. WWE responded by putting Kazarian on television for the Smackdown brand, albeit on Velocity. Kazarian was given mic time on the show, and wins over Nunzio, Scotty 2 Hotty, Funaki, and Paul London. Kazarian never appeared on Smackdown itself.

However, Kazarian was still unhappy with his role with the company. He reportedly was not in favor of the recent mandate by WWE to tone down high flying maneuvers like the 450 splash and the Shooting Star Press. The final blow, according to several, was WWE wanting Kazarian to change his look and cut off his long hair."


The following has been posted on the official website of Frankie Kazarian, www.TheFutureFrankieKazarian.Com, thus confirming that he is no longer with the WWE:

"Frankie Kazarian has parted ways with World Wrestling Entertainment as of Saturday evening. Kazarian wishes WWE all the best in their future endeavors.

We'll have an official statement from Frankie right here this week. Thank you again for all your continued support."

2005-Aug-15 10:50 am by Mr Taco

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