Wednesday, April 22, 2020

Mike Chioda Issues First Comments Since WWE Release, Mojo Rawley on Gronkowski's NFL Return

Mike Chioda Issues First Comments Since WWE Release, Mojo Rawley on Gronkowski's NFL Return
- One of the more surprising WWE releases made last week was Mike Chioda. Chioda started working with WWE in 1989 and was the longest-tenured referee in company history.


Chioda broke his silence on the release earlier today, taking to Twitter to thank WWE and the fans.

He wrote, "I Want To Say Thanks To the WWE & To All My AMAZING WWE FANS & Universe! 35yrs & 31yrs Refereeing Working for the WWE has been a FANTASTIC RUN!! I Am So PROUD to have Worked with So Many ICONS & AMAZING TALENT IN THIS INDUSTRY!! I THANK YOU ALL!! 1Luv! Mike Chioda @WWE"

Chioda continued in another tweet, "A Very Special Thanks To All My WWE Co-Workers & WWE FANS for Reaching out to Me! I Really Appreciate The RESPECT & KIND WORDS FROM EVERYONE!! During these Unprecedented times in our lives. Everyone & There Families B Safe & God Bless!! @WWE"


- Mojo Rawley took to Twitter to congratulate his good friend WWE 24/7 Champion Rob Gronkowski on his upcoming return to the NFL.

Mojo also commented on Gronk taking the 24/7 Title from him during Night Two of WrestleMania 36 earlier this month. Gronk hosted the big event this year and had Mojo with him at times. Night One saw Mojo steal a pin from Gronk, but Night Two saw Gronk get the title from his longtime friend. Mojo says he's coming for payback.

He wrote, "Hey @RobGronkowski! Congrats! But remember when I was at my work and you cheap shotted me and stole my 24/7 title at Mania? I can't wait to spear you in the middle of training camp and win my title back. Or during a @Buccaneers game. [thinking face emoji] #ReceiptComing!!!!"


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