By now the story of Alberto Del Rio is known to all, in fact, the fighter in the first half of 2020 was accused of violence for abusing a woman in San Antonio, Texas, even if it is not the first time that he's faced these accusations.
Apparently now these accusations have been resolved with the wrestler who can safely go back to the profession, with many wrestling fans who, however, especially on social media, continue to have doubts, given that the man was also violent in other circumstances.
After Alberto Del Rio's brief return in WWE ended in 2016, he had a stint with IMPACT Wrestling that didn't last too long either as he was released for no-showing an event. Michael J. Morales Torres, Press & Public relations director of the well-known site Lucha Libre Online, which deals with the entire Hispanic sphere of the wrestling world, has released a statement to announce that on December 10, 2021, all the accusations against Alberto Del Rio they fell.
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“We want to announce that as of today, December 10, 2021, the Honorable Judicial System of the State of Texas has officially exonerated Alberto Rodriguez, known in the wrestling industry as Alberto Del Rio or Alberto El Patron, of all the charges brought against him.
Alberto Rodriguez was cleared of all charges against him. We want to thank the Texas court system, the US legal system, the Rodriguez family, Alberto's legal team, his friends and Lucha Libre Online for always supporting him during this process.
It was a long process, but in the end, the truth came out." These are the words said about the possibility of seeing the luchador in action on the square: "Alberto's goal will be to return to the square he fell in love with when he was a child.
Alberto will resume his career within the wrestling industry. professional and combat sports. Thank you for your attention." Alberto Del Rio hasn't been seen on television for some time now, although some live shows did, even quite recently against Andrade for example.
Even his scheduled AAA appearance in 2018 was canceled due to backstage reasons. Del Rio attempted to return to MMA after nine years in 2019 and lost to veteran Tito Ortiz in the first round. While Del Rio was once the president of Combate Americas, he stepped down two years before his fight to focus on his pro wrestling career - something that he finally intends to do.