By Ryan Clark | February 22, 2009
Following his release from World Wrestling Entertainment this past Friday, Colt Cabana is now available through Premier Bookings. The following press release was issued late Friday: World Wrestling Entertainment released SmackDown Superstar Scotty Goldman (Scott Colton) as of (Today) February 20, 2009. Scotty Goldman, was part of the Smackdown brand, and was hosting a web series on WWE. com. "Whats Crackin with Scotty Goldman". He made his final WWE appearance on tonight's Smackdown in a match with Umaga. Scott was well known by many wrestling fans before signing with WWE during his time with Ring of Honor as Colt Cabana and later with the MTV "Wrestling Society X" promotion as Matt Classic. Scott (Scotty Goldman) is going back to his former well known "Persona" COLT CABANA and is available for bookings now, please contact us by email at [email protected] or call us at 765-243-9334.
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