New details on Velveteen Dream's current status



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New details on Velveteen Dream's current status

In recent months, WWE as usual, as it has done in the last two years, has indulged in some releases inherent in several of its wrestlers, both for the main roster and therefore Monday Night Raw and Friday Night Smackdown, and for as for NXT.

Among the many talents released to NXT, in the latest waves space has also opened up for the former North-American Champion of NXT, Velveteen Dream, who had ended up in a decidedly very delicate scandal, in the last months of his career with WWE, that had cast a bad light on him.

The boy had in fact been accused by a minor of having sent her inappropriate photos, with the WWE wrestler who had always pleaded innocent, from day one. After these terrible accusations, a delicate moment had arrived for Velveteen Dream when he suffered a serious car accident on his way to work, in which he was fortunately unharmed.

After months of being literally ousted from Stamford's company plans, Velveteen Dream was eventually fired from WWE, with the company preferring to distance itself from the athlete, especially due to the situation he had run into.

Latest update on Velveteen Dream

WWE released Velveteen Dream on May 20th, and the former NXT Superstar has since posted a lengthy statement addressing his WWE departure. Dream, real name Patrick Clark Jr., said that his WWE career was stalled due to the accusations leveled against him last year during the #SpeakingOut movement.

Thanks to his latest stories posted on Instagram, we learn that the former NXT athlete would be ready to return to the scene with the Stamford-based company if the McMahons want to put him back under contract. In the latest messages posted by the athlete himself, in the stories that expire after 24 hours, in fact, it is clear that the athlete's will to return to the scene with the company, with the boy who wrote: "Despite all the garbage and the slanderous accusations against me that I beat!

I still wish I had a career in E @WWENXT I've never been guilty and still have a talented devil. I am only 26 years old. LFG ARE READY TO RETURN TO SHOW WHAT IT SHOULD BE." Immediately after these sentences, Dream posted a photo of him in his in-ring attire, hinting that he is working on his return to the ring. WWE will now agree to film his athlete twenty-six in his ring?