Mauro Ranallo had sharp words for an internet wrestling news website that claimed he was leaving WWE. Ranallo tweeted the following to the website SEScoops.com:
“OMG! Quit reporting this BS!”
He clarified that he has years left on his WWE contract and responded “Nope” to another fan that asked on Twitter if it was true that he might be leaving the company.
No word on how the rumor got started or what SEScoops.com originally reported.
Ranallo signed a WWE contract on Dec. 15, 2015 and has operated as the lead announcer for the Smackdown brand. He was also the lead commentator for the Cruiserweight Classic alongside Daniel Bryan that aired on the WWE Network earlier this year.
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