Wrestling veteran Homicide suspects that his graphic name may be the reason why WWE decided not to sign him, but is ready to change it if needs be.
Making his wrestling debut in March 1994, Homicide has competed for Ring of Honor, TNA/Impact Wrestling, and the IWA, and currently competes for the NWA.
Speaking to Bill Apter, Homicide said he always hoped to compete inside Madison Square Garden for WWE and has his suspicions about why he was never signed. He said,
“I really don’t know why, but it could be the name Homicide. It’s too graphic maybe, but I tell people I got no problem changing my name.”
In the interview, Homicide also named his dream opponent if he was to sign with WWE, which you can check out here.
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