IS there a legit reason why Kennedy was released? + BQ?
NOTE: TO ALL MY HATERS WHO SENT ME HATE MAIL. I'M NOT COMPLAINING IN THIS QUESTION. I'M ASKING A LEGIT QUESTION. YES, I GOT HATE MAIL FOR BEING LOYAL TO KENNEDY. MORE THAN ONE MESSAGE TOO! NICE RIGHT?
WQ: IS there a REAL LEGIT reason as to why Kennedy was released?
I ask because I told my friend and they clearly said, "Why? There has to be a reason?" and it hit me...It's so true! I mean, he just returned less than a week ago. He SAID...VERY CLEARLY he will be the next WWE Champion. He was also in the main event. HOW and WHY the hell would they release him like this? Like said, THERE HAS TO BE A REASON FOR THIS QUICK RELEASE. I'm hoping it's a rumor gone wrong and it's like a typo or something. That sounds crazy, by hey...it could happen! :/
BQ: Do you think Kennedy should go to TNA?
I saw Dana, sorry about all the crap going on. They are bi-polar when it comes to you.
- I Hate Peeps™Lv 61 decade agoFavorite Answer
Simple Fact. Kennedy was Costing WWE & Vince Money.
Can't keep Paying someone to Sit on the Shelf.
Blame Barack Odrama...and Concurrently the Economy.
BQ - F*ck Yeah!
And Run WWE into the Ground...
...Serves Vince Right for being a F*cking Dumb@ss.Source(s): This Statement has been ™ by Me.
- BrendaLv 44 years ago
Its A Possibility. A Wrestler Can Only Survive In The Business With Talent And Entertaining Crowds. If The Fans Don't Like A Wrestler, Than The WWE Lets Them Go. Like You Said, There Is No Logical Reason To Why WWE Would Have Released Him, Unless This Is Just A National Hoax That The WWE Managed To Pull Off, But For What? To See The Fans Reaction? Vince Mcmahon Already Knew That Mr. Kennedy Had Potential And The Fans Loved Him, So It Would Be Stupid Just To Fire Him. I Know That The WWE Is Going Through Bad Times With The Economy, But They Shouldn't Release The Superstars Of Tomorrow. Vince Even Admitted That He Never Released Mr. Kennedy During All Of His Injuries Because He Knew That Kennedy Had Potential, But Every Time He Is About To Get A Push, An Injury Occurs, Hence "The Kennedy Curse." This Could Just Have Been To Test The Fans Reaction, But In My Opinion Its Stupid. Vince, You Have Made A HUGE Mistake And Your Going To Regret It. And Why? Because There Is A 95% Chance That Jeff Jarret And TNA Management Are Going To Take Advantage Of This Situation And Possibly Offer Kennedy A Contract. Bad News For Vince, Especially If Kennedy Actually Gets A Push In TNA... BQ: There Were Rumors That Triple H Was At RAW Just Because Of Mcmahon Trying Trying To Get More Viewers And Better Ratings Than The NBA Western Conference Finals. But Triple H Still Made No Appearance. BQ2: Theres Always Going To Be Backstage Problems One Time After Another. I Knew That Something Was Bound To Occur, Just Not With These Two Wrestlers.
- AceLv 71 decade ago
It's possible there is a legit reason like the WWE must not have any more storylines for him so thats why Mr. Kennedy was released from the WWE or he could have asked to be released instead
BQ: Yes Mr. Kennedy should go to TNA and get a signed contact with them
- JLv 51 decade ago
That is a definate possibility. I was wondering the same thing too when I found out the news. I believe we will receive more details regarding this issue within a few days; right now, all we can do is wait and see what the reason is.
BQ: I think he may sign with TNA since he hasn't been able to accomplish everything he has wanted in his pro wrestling career; so he may try to get signed there. I would not be surprised if TNA decides to give him a contract as well.
P.S. those haters who were sending you messages are immature; ignore idiots like them.
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- 1 decade ago
I counted it up, and Kennedy had actively wrestled for the WWE for 26 months. On the other hand, he had been either on the injured list or suspended for a total of 20 months. 26 months wrestling, 20 months not wrestling. As unlucky as Kennedy was, you simply can't push a guy who has that track record.
There is a rumor going around that Kennedy and Orton had a backstage dispute; during their RAW match, Kennedy dropped Orton on his shoulder with a bad backdrop, a body part that Orton has had injury problems in the past with. He looked legitimately angry at Kennedy for this. I don't rely on backstage rumors though, so I wouldn't take it as truth, though I wouldn't be surprised if Vince partly released him because Kennedy put Orton, a major future cornerstone of the company, in danger. It could be wellness policy too, though there has been no proof to that rumor.
I'd simply put my money on Kennedy being too unreliable, and when Kennedy got injured again, thus putting another push in jeopardy, Vince probably just decided to cut his losses.
That being said, I'd love to see Kennedy try his luck in TNA and hope he stays off the injured list there. He's got a ton of potential, but with his start-stop pushes, none of that could ever come to fruition.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Im so shocked they released him I just heard it now from youre question and I went to WWE.com to check it out, i cant believe it. All I can think of is that hes injury prone. I cant see any other reason as to why they would get rid of him. I didnt even see him getting released coming. Well I hope he goes to TNA, his talent was wasted in WWE anyway. I wasnt a fan of his but Im really upset that they got rid of him. Real sad. :(
- Anonymous1 decade ago
wq: yes his injuries i think wwe just doesnt have faith in that he can stay healthy anymore people in football and basketball that are injury prone get released so why should wrestlers be any different its cuz he is injured to much. BQ: i dont care if he does or not but its the next best thing for him and also their schedule is way less harsg ob the body than wwe cuz it is much lighter so it might help him stay healthy.Source(s): This answer is 199% swaggalicious
- 1 decade ago
I think that he got released because he was proned to get injured and hurt. But other than that, his contract just expired. But why didnt WWE just let him sign a contract extension? Such dipshits.
BQ: Yes, he would do very well in TNA. I always thought that he fit better in TNA. Imagine him vs Jeff Jarett.Source(s): Yes, he got released, its 100% legit. http://www.wwe.com/ http://en.wikipedia.org.wiki/Mr._Kennedy
- RandyLv 71 decade ago
2)Not great reaction from WWE Universe.
3)Injured by an RKO.
4)If not accepted as Main Eventer by fans- and getting Injured- he should become a Mid-carder.. For which they have no idea for his character..
BQ: I don't watch TNA. Well, his wish.Source(s): This is Rightness.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
its obvious that Vince is losing the plot by building Mr K up like he was getting a push for the Title then releasing him the next day but hopefully he gets picked up by TNA but the WWE trademarks everything so he wont be Mr Kennedy anymore which sucks