Longtime WWE security guard denies reports he was fired, says he gave important notice


Longtime WWE security guard Scott Aycock has refuted a report he was fired by WWE.

In this week’s edition of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Dave Meltzer noted that Scott Aycock, who worked in security for WWE since 2004, was fired last week. It is not known if he was booked for Raw last week and the Rollins incident had something to do with it.

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Posting on his LinkedIn, Aycock corrected the story by writing the following:

“This attached story link about the release of WWE and another report that I was fired is all wrong and made up. I gave WWE important notice because we Presented me with a terrific job opportunity. Plus, I wasn’t on Raw on Incident fan night in Brooklyn recently as reported. It was totally my decision.
And since I don’t have Facebook / Twitter / Instagram etc, whoever feeds these sites for whatever reason, I would rethink your motives. “

During the WWE Raw episode of November 22, Rollins was attacked by a fan who jumped over the railings as he walked up the entrance. Officials were able to quickly remove him from Seth and escort him, while Rollins exchanged colorful language with the assailant. Find out more here.


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