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Arn Anderson comments on WWE release

Arn Anderson was released from WWE a few weeks ago along with the likes of TJP, Tye Dillinger and Hideo Itami. It was later revealed that Anderson was actually fired from the company after an incident involving Alicia Fox at a WWE Live Event.

It’s interesting to note that Fox hasn’t been used on WWE TV since the report, which suggested that what was reported about the former Divas Champion could have been true.

Anderson himself has remained quiet over the past few weeks but he finally broke his silence while talking to Sports Illustrated recently where he revealed that he believes that his shelf life with the company ran out.

“I was fortunate enough to work with WWE for 18 years. Certainly, that provided my family and myself with a nice living, and I have no regrets. A lot of my best friends still work there. Everything has a shelf life, and I guess mine ran out,” he said via Ringsidenews.

Anderson has been rumored to be All Elite Wrestling bound, so the future is looking somewhat interesting for the WWE Hall of Famer.

Undertaker not expected to be part of WrestleMania 35

The Undertaker hasn’t been seen on WWE TV back at Crown Jewel when he lost his tag team match to Shawn Michaels and Triple H when he teamed with his “kayfabe” brother Kane.

This marked the end of the feud between Michaels and The Undertaker which dated all the way back to WrestleMania 26 in The Heartbreak Kid’s retirement match.

There are now just three weeks until The Biggest Event Of The Year and according to The Wrestling Observer, there are no plans to use The Deadman at this year’s show even though the company has been using him on all of the promotional material.

This will be the first time that Undertaker has missed a WrestleMania since WrestleMania 16 back in 2000.