Gerald Brisco, who was responsible for bringing the likes of Brock Lesnar into the WWE, revealed this past week that he’d been released by the company following a phone call with Vince McMahon.
Gerald Brisco joined WWE in 1984, and was furloughed back in April as part of the mass releases that were brought on by the Coronavirus. However, he was only officially fired this week.
Ok, want to get this out the right way. Last night I received a call from @wwe Chairman Of The board @VinceMcMahon to let me know after 36 years of dedication to @wwe i an no longer needed. I’m ok withthis. I will still be around to help talent. More info will follow. Thanks
It seems like the WWE Hall of Famer has been a rather busy boy following his release, as Gerald tweeted that he has some “changes coming”. He also noted that he’ll be able to share the news on Wednesday:
Been a busy day changes coming. I’ll be sharing the news next Wednesday
At this time, there is no word on what this announcement will be. For the latest, make sure you stay tuned to WrestleTalk.com.