WWE Star Says He’s A Free Agent Today

WWE Star Says He’s A Free Agent Today WWE

A WWE star has claimed that as of today – June 21, 2024 – he is a free agent and is no longer under contract with WWE.

However, there is more to the story than that.

For multiple weeks now, Brooks Jensen has said that he is on his way out of WWE after being exiled from NXT and the Performance Center due to taking issue with how he was being used.

This has all been a storyline, the latest chapter of which included Jensen appearing on NXT TV earlier this week, as he was briefly shown in the crowd being held back by security during the Oba Femi/Wes Lee in-ring promo, and later spotted in the background of an Eddy Thorpe parking lot interview being arrested.

In a video that Jensen posted last night, he declared that he’s a free agent as of today and has an indie booking for Saturday.

Today, he posted the following statement:

First off I just want to say sorry.. I’m sorry for how I’ve behaved myself on here and I’m deeply sorry for making an ass out of myself.

As you have heard, today I’m no longer with the WWE as my non compete clause is officially up.

This has been one hell of a ride and I’m forever thankful and grateful for the friendship this line of work has brought and for letting meet my future wife.

So with that being said, thank you all for supporting me and being here with me through theses times but today is only the beginning for the future of Ben Buchanan.

Fightful Select reports that, in reality, Jensen is still with WWE, but will be wrestling on indie shows to continue to sell the story.

Jensen did appear at a show for Bull Pen Professional Wrestling recently as part of the storyline. The promotion is run by his real-life father, former WWE star Bull Buchanan.

Today, he retweeted a DEADLOCK Pro Wrestling post advertising a tag team match with BK Westbook & Kevin Blackwood vs Adam Priest & ‘a mystery partner’ for July 6.

Jensen is still listed on the current WWE roster on the company’s official website, although even for legitimate departures it can take several days or longer for that to be updated accurately.

We’ll keep you posted with any further updates.

You can see his video below:

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4 weeks ago by Liam Winnard


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