“Mark Was Not a Good Person”- Former WWE Superstar Gail Kim on the WWE Employee Who Sent a Trash Bag to Mickie James

Published 04/23/2021, 9:29 AM EDT


The WWE Universe was rocked to its core when Mickie James revealed that WWE had sent her every belonging from the locker room in a trash bag following her release from contract. Fans stormed Twitter, and the company has been facing severe criticism for this action.

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Following the entire debacle, WWE executives Paul “Triple H” Levesque and Stephanie McMahon confirmed that the person responsible for this action was fired from the company, although there was no name provided. 

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In the hours that followed, Fightful Select identified the person as Mark Carrano, who has been taken care of for this already. Although WWE has not issued any official statement yet, we should expect the same in a few hours, should the company choose to publicly announce it. 

We did, however, get an insight as to how notorious Carrano has been over the years when it comes to released Superstars. In a recent post on Twitter, former Superstar Maria Kanellis revealed that she had received a similar trash bag with all her possessions following her release. 

Gail Kim revealed that she received a trash bag as well

Furthermore, former Superstar Gail Kim also revealed the true nature of Mark Carrano, whom she claims is ‘not a good human being’. This was enough to turn a lot of eyes until Darren Young also had his piece to say on Carrano. 

Young opened up on the fact that Carrano used to harass him about losing his job constantly, but he chose to stay quiet on the matter. With the alarming piece of news coming to light, WWE is bound to take quick action and will undoubtedly be forced to check its in-house personnel once more. 

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As of now, there are no further reports on fired personnel or the like, but we should be given a statement soon. 

So far, former WWE Superstars Mickie James, Maria Kanellis, Gail Kim, and even Jillian Hall have confirmed that they had received their belongings in a trash bag. This suggests that the pattern has been going on for years and over the next few hours, a lot more of WWE’s released talent could testify. 

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We will only have to wait and see what’s in store for the company and if they do issue a public apology over the incident. 

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Luke Dias

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Luke Dias is a senior WWE and AEW author at EssentiallySports, having published more than 1000 articles on professional wrestling. Having completed courses in Advanced Writing from the University of California and Media and Ethics from the University of Amsterdam, Luke is currently pursuing an undergraduate degree in Journalism from Xavier’s College. His tremendous knowledge of WWE history enables him to make past connections, adding depth to the articles.

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