WWE Developmental Wrestler Denies Making A Cry For Help, Sin Cara Resurfaces, Sgt. Slaughter

-- WWE developmental talent Brian McGhee, who appears as DT Porter for Florida Championship Wrestling, denied posting a message on Facebook crying for help due to alleged mistreatment from camp officials. He claimed on the account that it was hacked.

The hacker's statement reads: "Guys, I don't know how much longer I can handle this. Every day is a constant struggle to keep my sanity. I love wrestling and it's all I ever wanted to do. Already going crazy since I've been for like ten months now, but it gets worse. Every day a trainer goes out of his way to rib or disrespect me in front of the boys because I've been out so long. I can't clear myself. I wanna wrestle more than anything, but I don't even know who I am anymore. It's so f--king hard. I just feel it just building inside of me and I don't know how much longer I can contain it. I have daydreams of just f--king everyone up on some real s--t. I'm not a kid. I'm a f--king man. But what do you do when the people in charge of helping you get to the main roster are the ones making your life the hardest. I've been drinking almost every day. It's to the point to where I keep Vodka and Gin in my trunk. Help me!"

-- Inactive WWE Superstar Sin Cara returned to his native country of Mexico to celebrate Children's Day, and took time to meet with young fans. (Photos)

-- WWE Hall of Famer Sgt Slaughter will appear at the Daytona Cubs game taking place June 29 at Jackie Robinson Ballpark 105 E. Orange Ave. Daytona Beach, Florida.


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