Mustafa Ali changes look in a live event

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Mustafa Ali changes look in a live event

A few months ago, Monday Night Raw athlete Mustafa Ali had strayed far from WWE and the view of its now former Chairman, Vince Mcmahon, with the athlete even asking for release, staying at home for several weeks. totally at odds with the management.

The Raw Superstar had delivered his communication directly to the WWE Chairman in January, and it was ultimately turned down. The result was that the former 205 Live star took a "sabbatical" from the company, leaving his career in limbo.

"I'm very comfortable talking about it," Ali told 'WWE After The Bell with Corey Graves' a few weeks later. "I think private conversations should be private. The reason it went public is because that private conversation isn't gone nowhere...

Anyone who has ever worked with me, and interacted with me as a human being, knows how much I love this place. How much I love sports entertainment. How much I love wrestling. This is the one thing I've always wanted to do. For me it was essential to just get to that point, and this is the problem." In the end, it seems that the two sides managed to find an agreement in principle, with Mustafa Ali returning to the ring to fight weekly.

Mustafa Ali changes look in a live event

In the last period, with the arrival of Triple H at the helm of the WWE creative team, it seems that the interest of the management in the light weight of the company has returned, after his brief departure from the federation.

Furthermore, in the last live event in which he took part, Mustafa Ali also showed a new look, showing off a completely different ring gear than usual, with a pair of shorts, which he had never worn yet. Ali in this live event teamed up with Matt Riddle of Monday Night Raw and thus appeared in front of the public who flocked to see the WWE show not captured by the cameras.

Mustafa Ali took to Twitter following his beatdown at the hands of Bobby Lashley on WWE RAW where he has now claimed that he's "done." "I heard something the other day and it really hit me. And it goes, 'if I always do what I've always done, then I'll always be where I've always been.'

And the reason that hit me is because I'm done. I'm done being here. I'm done being where I've always been. Everyone keeps asking me why did I pick a fight with Bobby Lashley. Why didn't I just stay down? And listen, as complicated as it gets up over here, I promise you the answer is simple. It's...I'm just done."

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