Brett DiBiase Not Released By WWE, Jon Moxley Makes FCW Debut
Online reports of Brett DiBiase being released from his developmental contract with WWE are erroneous as he worked two matches as a referee at this evening’s Florida Championship Wrestling live event in Tampa, Florida, reports LordsofPain.net.
It was reported earlier this week that DiBiase’s profile was removed from the Florida Championship Wrestling website, which is often an indication that a talent has been released. Furthermore, Wrestling Observer Newsletter editor Dave Meltzer reported that the third generation wrestler was let go.
Meanwhile, new signee Jon Moxley made his FCW debut tonight under his real name, Jonathan Good. He participated in a battle royal and lasted through most of it before being eliminated by Erick Rowan.
The battle royal also featured the debut of Matthew Hannan, who previously competed in Pro Wrestling Ohio and International Wrestling Cartel under the name Matthew Justice. He also appeared on a May 2010 episode of WWE Superstars under the name Matt Busch, which saw him compete in a tag team match against Curt Hawkins and Vance Archer.
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