Allegedly, Dana Massie, the wife of Matt Jackson expressed dissatisfaction that AEW defended her and her family publicly after Brawl Out

Allegedly, Dana Massie, the wife of Matt Jackson expressed dissatisfaction that AEW defended her and her family publicly after Brawl Out
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Two significant AEW members left last week, and Rafael Morffi is leaving to begin his tenure at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY. AEW’s Chief Marketing and Merchandising Officer, Dana Massie is also finishing.

The departures

Both had been with AEW since the beginning. Prior to the promotion, Dana, Matt Jackson’s wife, had already been selling merchandise for AEW. Kevin Sullivan was dismissed and QT Marshall quit the promotion earlier this month.

The Elite and CM Punk & Ace Steel’s altercation with the All-Out band will be a dark phase for the promotion.

All Out tie-in

Some people think that the promotion has been unable to bounce back after Punk’s altercation with Steel, Pixie Meek and Kenny Omega, and The Bucks. Massie declined the promotion’s offer to join her. During his appearance on Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer observed that wrestlers usually follow the advice of their promoter without any changes, but Massie’s case was different. I am perplexed by what happened…. The vilification and failure to defend the actions of her husband and brother-in-law [Nick Jackson] over the past year made it extremely difficult. Despite being offered the best financial and family benefits, The Young Bucks did not opt for WWE after they signed again. Despite the majority vote’s approval, The Elite chose to remain with either WWE or AEW. I believe it was too much work with her. I’m aware that there are other things, but most of it was a lot. She expressed her belief that the company should have defended them when they were never fought for them. Meltzer stated that she was never defended and there was a moment when [CM] Punk went after her as well. If you use any quotes from this article, please give credit to wrestle-news. Wrestling news with a journalist. The transcription is available on com. F4WOnline. Subscribers can access the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, daily audio shows, and thousands of archived audio programs.

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