WWE releases Gene Snitsky, something that rhymes with “uterus”

Frrfrff... well, I guess looking back, hindsight being 20/20 such as it is... maybe it was my fault.

Frrfrff... well, I guess looking back, hindsight being 20/20 such as it is... maybe it was my fault.

WWE.com just announced the release of Gene Snitsky. Here, read this:

World Wrestling Entertainment has come to terms on the release of Raw Superstar Gene Snitsky as of today, December 11. WWE wishes Gene the best in all future endeavors.

Eh, whatever. He was a limited big man, and he was just fucking gross. I’m surprised he wasn’t released the week WWE announced it was going hi-def. Seriously, you could see through what unclogged pores he had all the way into his black soul. But now there’s room on the roster for his OVW brother Mike Mondo. There, just had to name-drop that guy for Dusty’s sake. Oh, favorite Snitsky memory: When Heidenreich was about to wrestle Undertaker in a casket match at probably Royal Rumble 2005 or something, he was acting all scared and stuff, right? So Snitsky comes in, they stand nose-to-nose breathing heavily (like they did at Survivor Series two months earlier in another funny moment — “I like your poetry”/”I like what you do to babies”) and Snitsky says, “Don’t worry, I have a plan.” Heidenreich’s immediate response without hearing the plan says, “Yeah, that sounds good.” So does Snitsky’s release. Goodbye. -Eric

2 Responses to “WWE releases Gene Snitsky, something that rhymes with “uterus””

  1. Fanatic December 11, 2008 at 5:19 pm #

    Who needs Snitsky when WWE has a newer, more hairier verison: Mike Knox.

    I see potential in Knox, ut he’ll probably be the jobber to the stars as soon as Borne gets back.

    Torch Thread: Will/Should TNA hire Snitsky?

  2. Kirk December 11, 2008 at 5:44 pm #

    Speaking of Mike Mondo…Here’s an idea I’ve been fapping to now and again: What if the Evil Doink character was relaunched initially with someone dressed as Doink attacking random babyfaces. After Steve lombardi, and whoever else get cleared, its revealed that Mike Mondo is the one playing the clown.

    Do you guys think Mondo could pull of the Evil Doink as well as Matt Bourne did?

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