Simon Dean ends his career

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Simon Dean ends his career

In the history of WWE, the most disparate characters have appeared in the rings and in the backstage of the company, with athletes who dressed in the most senseless way possible or with the most amazing costumes that could be sewn or put together by tailors from all over the world.

One of the characters that still makes the fans of the company shiver, especially the little ones, is Boogeyman, a particular character brought on stage in that of Friday Night Smackdown now more than 10-15 years ago, played by Marty Wright, who probably appeared in the nightmares of several fans of the WWE Universe, however good he managed to identify himself in his role on the company's television screens, with his greatest passion being worms.

Among the many, several other comedy and bizarre characters also intervened in the rings of Raw and Smackdown, such as Simon Dean, Ernest "The Cat" Miller, Scotty Too Hotty and many others, who in various situations were also great athletes, but then are revealed to be just filler for WWE and its shows.

Simon Dean retires

With a message posted by the other ex WWE, Matt Cardona, known as Zack Ryder in the rings of the McMahon company, we have come to know in the last hours of the fact that after several years of work in the rings all over the world, Simon Dean, known also like Mike Bucci and Nova, he decided to have his last match, before finally retiring.

Recall how Dean signed a contract with WWE in 2002 and was assigned to the developmental territory of OVW, along with the likes of Batista, John Cena, Randy Orton and Brock Lesnar. In 2004 he was instead called to the main roster, on the Friday Night Smackdown roster, only to disappear after only a few months, then ending up fired in 2007, having performed almost exclusively at Velocity for months.

Since then Simon Dean has worked in independent promotions until today, where he finished his career with several well-known faces from the pro-wrestling world, as you can see in the photo posted below. On a recent episode of the Death, Taxes, and Bananas podcast, the A-Lister revealed when he had doubts about the show.

He stated that he was talked into it by former WWE signee Simon Dean, who was also known as Super Nova during his time at ECW. “I knew who Simon Dean was because he was on television at the time on ‘SmackDown',” Miz said.

“I called him, and I said, ‘Hey, I’m just looking for a little bit of advice. Do you think that this is a good move if I want, you know, respect in the business?’”