Meltzer is reporting on his website that D-Lo Brown was given his notice and will be gone in a few weeks. I always enjoyed D-Lo and had hoped his recent gimmick was *at least* a sign that someone had some faith in him. If they were going to release him why did they bother with this push? Or in the WWE's view did they give him this last chance and they didn't like how he performed and/or was received by us fans?
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(edited by OldManChase on 13.2.03 2100) "A dope trailer is no place for a kitty!" - quote from Bubbles on the Trailer Park Boys, best Canadian made show ever! (yes, that's not saying much I know)
Hall was on a zero-tolerance thing, even though it looks like he was given several chances in the short time he had been back. Hennig, in my opinion, won't be missed by the fans. He came back hot at the Rumble, but he was just another jobber in the end.