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RELEASED WWE Superstar REFUSING to give back Championship belt

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In a surprising turn of events, a recently released WWE superstar has stirred the pot by refusing to return a championship title.

This unexpected development has caught the attention of fans and fellow wrestlers alike, leading to a flurry of reactions on social media.

Mace, whose real name is Brennan Williams, was among several WWE stars who were let go on September 21st, 2023. This list also featured his tag team partner, Mansoor.

While many wrestlers took to social media to address their releases, Mace’s response on Twitter/X stood out. He boldly declared, “Also I’m not giving back the UpUpDownDown title. Sorry not sorry.”

UpUpDownDown Controversy

The UpUpDownDown title, which Mace is refusing to return, is associated with a popular YouTube gaming channel hosted by WWE superstar Xavier Woods. Woods, real name Austin Creed, did not take Mace’s declaration lightly.

He promptly responded with a GIF on Twitter, showcasing his evident displeasure.

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WWE: Behind the Scenes

Following their release, both Mace and Mansoor engaged with fans on Twitch. During this interaction, they shed light on some backstage details.

They revealed that Vince McMahon, the chairman of WWE, was initially very enthusiastic about their “Maximum Male Models” personas. However, circumstances changed, leading to their eventual departure from television.

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What Lies Ahead?

The future remains uncertain for Mace and Mansoor. Their release from WWE marks the end of one chapter, but the wrestling world is vast, and opportunities are aplenty.

Whether they choose to continue in the squared circle, venture into other entertainment avenues, or take a hiatus, their talent and charisma ensure they won’t be forgotten anytime soon.

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