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    GOD OF THUNDER Kemo's Avatar
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    Angry Authors of Pain Deny They Are Retired: “Ain’t Done Yet Bitches”

    Former WWE tag team Authors of Pain (AOP) have set the record straight about their future in the wrestling business.

    The duo was the most dominant tag team in WWE at one time. They ran over NXT and the RAW roster, claiming both the NXT and RAW tag team gold. Their final storyline saw them working as Seth Rollins‘ enforcers. AOP was released in September 2020 run of cuts, which surprised virtually everybody.

    AOP never resurfaced. Earlier this week, Fightful reported that a wrestling promoter reached out to the tag team hoping to bring them in. They were told AOP are retired. Journalist Sean Ross Sapp reached out to Rezar for an interview. He replied, “I’m not a wrestler,” which seemed to corroborate the news that they are effectively retired.

    Akam has since replied to the buzz about their status. According to the big man, we have not seen the last of the team (or their former manager, Paul Ellering).

    Ain’t Done Yet Bitches…. @AlbanianPsycho @PaulElleringWWE #prowrestling

    — Akam_WWE (@SunnyDhinsa) June 10, 202

    These are strong words that imply retirement is not currently in their vocabulary.

    While the Authors of Pain have not been seen for a while, it is not necessarily their own fault. AEW went on record as saying they didn’t feel the duo were a good fit for the promotion – at the time. While NJPW lacked the budget to make a deal happen for the pair. Both big men make a formidable team but would surely come as a package.


    ***GAME OVER!***

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    Main Eventer MOX's Avatar
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    Shame, awful cunts.

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