WWE NXT producer Eddie Dennis has departed WWE.
Back in February of this year, Dennis announced his retirement from in-ring competition and would go on to become a producer and writer for NXT in March.
Taking to Twitter, Dennis announced that he’s “come to terms with the release of WWE” and will return to the ring on December 9th at Pro Wrestling Chaos’ ‘Heir to the Throne’ event.
As of this writing, there is no word on why Dennis exited the company.
Eddie Dennis has come to terms with the release of WWE. He wishes them well on their future endeavours……. https://t.co/wDRZ1JAKVh
— Eddie Dennis (@EddieDennis1986) November 17, 2023
In other news, Channing “Stacks” Lorenzo faced off against Shinsuke Nakamura in NXT last year, and he recently appeared on the “Niko Knows Best” podcast to discuss what he learned from working with Nakamura on the October 18, 2022 episode of NXT. He said,
“I was really fortunate a year ago to work Shinsuke. That opportunity to go in there with him and work with him so earlier in my run as Stacks — I learned alot from him, knowledge that I’ve taken with me since then that’s only made me better.”
He added, “I’d love to get the opportunity to do it again because the Stacks that I was one year ago isn’t the Stacks that I am today.”
Stacks and Tony D’Angelo currently hold the WWE NXT Tag Team Championships.
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WWE NXT producer Eddie Dennis has recently announced his departure from WWE. This news comes after Dennis retired from in-ring competition in February and transitioned into a producer and writer role for NXT in March.
Taking to Twitter, Dennis revealed that he has “come to terms with the release of WWE” and will be returning to the ring on December 9th at Pro Wrestling Chaos’ ‘Heir to the Throne’ event. However, the reason behind his exit from the company remains unknown at this time.
In other wrestling news, Channing “Stacks” Lorenzo, who faced off against Shinsuke Nakamura in NXT last year, recently appeared on the “Niko Knows Best” podcast to discuss his experience working with Nakamura. Lorenzo expressed his gratitude for the opportunity to work with Nakamura early on in his career and mentioned that he learned a lot from him. He believes that the knowledge he gained from Nakamura has made him a better wrestler today and would love the chance to work with him again.
Currently, Lorenzo and Tony D’Angelo hold the WWE NXT Tag Team Championships, showcasing their success in the wrestling world.
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Overall, Eddie Dennis’ departure from WWE and Channing Lorenzo’s reflections on working with Shinsuke Nakamura provide insights into the ever-evolving world of professional wrestling.