Former WWE star Brian Kendrick is once again with the company.
Kendrick received his WWE release in February and was set to make his AEW debut on Dynamite against Jon Moxley just a day after departing from the rival company, but that was nixed after he was trending on social media because fans posted old clips of him giving conspiracy theories related to the Holocaust and more.
It should be noted that Kendrick did apologize for his comments.
Fightful Select reports Jason Jordan and Kendrick were listed as producers for the match between SmackDown Women’s Champion Ronda Rousey and Shotzi at Survivor Series.
It is currently unclear whether Kendrick is with WWE full-time or on a trial basis. During his previous run with the company, the wrestling veteran worked as a wrestler/coach before transitioning into a backstage producer role in October 2020.
Although Kendrick announced his in-ring return in December 2021, where he was scheduled to face Harland (Parker Boudreaux) on NXT TV in January 2022, it didn’t happen.
Kendrick stated a decade ago that “the Holocaust is overblown, and the Red Cross stated it was only 250,000 Jews who were killed, and the number was blown up to justify the creation of Israel.”
He said the 911 tragedy was a hologram and Osama Bin Laden’s killing was fraudulent in 2011. He also discussed his theories about the JFK assassination, the moon landing, big brother, ghosts, and many other conspiracies, which have been debunked.