WWE Hall of Famer Booker T has responded to allegations that he fired a wrestler from Reality of Wrestling due to being stalked. Raychell Rose claimed that she was let go after being stalked by a trainee, Shawn Reed, who even threatened a shoot-up at a ROW event. Booker denied the stalking claim, emphasizing he was more concerned about Reed's situation than being aware of Rose's issue. He stated that the decision for Rose not to return for ROW events was mutual and not a firing, as the term "fired" isn't used at ROW.

State of Play
  • Booker denied the stalking allegations and emphasized his concern for the trainee's well-being.
  • He mentioned that the decision for Rose not to return for ROW events was mutual, not a firing, and reiterated that the term "fired" isn't used at ROW.
  • Booker stated that there hasn't been a similar incident in the 20-year history of Reality of Wrestling.
Bottom Line

Booker T has responded to allegations of firing a wrestler due to stalking, denying the claims and emphasizing his concern for the well-being of those involved.