Bobby Fish

Bobby Fish Discusses The Really Dirty Side Of The Pro Wrestling Business 

Bobby Fish is in pro wrestling for nearly 20 years, making his debut in 2003. Fish’s long career has taken him around the world, through several countries and organisations, and he has witnessed the good, the terrible, and the dirty. Veteran NXT Tag Team Champion Fish stated that there are a lot of people who love to talk out of both sides of their mouth, and unfortunately, some of these people are in high ranking positions or just occur to be successful everywhere they go, but they do it in the same way.

They backstage s**t talk people and get people fired, and they do, it’s just dirty. Throughout his career, Fish has worked for and won Tag Team Championships in major organisations. Fish’s most notable championship triumphs were the IWGP Junior Tag Team Championships, which he won it twice, the Ring of Honor Tag Team Championships, which he managed to win 3 times, and, most lately, the “NXT” Tag Team Championships, which he held twice with Kyle O’Reilly.

Fish has also won gold in singles, taking home the ROH World Television Championship in 2016. Fish has found a home in AEW after being released from WWE on August 6, 2021, after a four-plus year run with the company. He debuted on the October 6, 2021 edition of Dynamite in a losing effort to Sammy Guevara. Fish is presently allied to Adam Cole & O’Reilly in the Undisputed Elite faction.

Lenny Leonard

Lenny Leonard was a fixture in the pro wrestling landscape since 2005, most notably as a commentator for Ring of Honor, Dragon Gate USA, Evolve, SHINE, PROGRESS, and, most lately, GCW, Terminus, & Women’s Wrestling Army. After all of that, he’s decided it’s time to move on to the next stage of his life. Leonard confirmed speculation about his future in the first of a two-part Twitter post earlier Tuesday afternoon, when he made a major announcement about his announcing career.

Leonard explained, I didn’t want to make a big deal out of it because it’s not how I do things, but a few people have noticed and reached out so I thought I should confirm what some figured out by virtue of the name/profile changes here. I’ve decided to step down from wrestling in the future. After two decades, I believe it’s time to walk away. The sale of Evolve to WWE, combined with the pandemic that has kept me out of Japan for the last three years, set the stage for this day a long time ago.

I can’t possibly thank everyone here, I’d have to write a book to do that…so let me just say if you were in the ring, locker room, crowd, in front of your TV or computer while I had a microphone in my hand talking about wrestling, you enabled me to live out a childhood dream and see the country/world for close to 20 years & I couldn’t possibly repay you for that, so just let me to say a big thank you, and for the final time

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Sheena Bhandari is a Pro Wrestling Editor and enthusiast, working here at Clout News.