Ex-WWE Writer Chris DeJoseph Comments On Firing, Believes In Bruce Prichard
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Chris DeJoseph was recently let go by WWE after reportedly making inappropriate remarks on a recent conference call. Taking to social media, DeJoseph commented on the matter, and gave his support to Bruce Prichard.
After ten years away wasn’t really into giving my life to the unpredictable whims of one person. But I believe in @bruceprichard and his vision.
— Chris DJ DeJoseph (@chrisdejoseph) June 13, 2020
In a series of tweets, DeJoseph said that he had “totally dodged a bullet,” and said that after ten years, he wasn’t into giving his life to “the unpredictable whims of one person.” It’s unknown exactly who he’s talking about, but it’s highly likely that he’s referring to Vince McMahon. When the report that DeJoseph had been fired came out, it was mentioned that McMahon was furious over alleged unprofessional behavior, but nothing else had come out regarding that.
After Paul Heyman was removed from the creative side of WWE Monday Night RAW, Bruce Prichard is now overseeing both SmackDown and RAW, and DeJoseph gave his full support of the move, when he said that he believes in Prichard and his vision for things. DeJoseph ended his mentions of the move by simply saying that “life is better than no life,” as he seems to be ready to move on from that chapter of his life.