Arn Anderson was fired after he allowed Alicia Fox to compete while intoxicated at a WWE Live Event.
Many superstars were unaware of Fox being intoxicated at that time. They thought her actions were nothing out of the ordinary. On Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer said the general consensus was that Arn wouldn’t have lost his job if John Cena was still around in WWE.
“I don’t know all of the details, but I know people in the midst of it and even them they say, ‘Arn did nothing wrong.’ So I think that the feeling is that Arn had no idea that Fox was in any condition like that that Fox was no different from usual which speaks for itself, right. So there’s no reason that he would have noticed and I mean, you know.”
“I don’t know what the decision making was other than you know he was on thin ice in a lot ways anyways and John [Cena’s] not there anymore and you know if John was there everyone thinks it never would have happened. Triple H has saved him more than once, he didn’t save him this time — maybe he couldn’t save him?”
Arn Anderson was John Cena’s producer for all of his matches. So it would be hard for him to get fired thanks to that. With Cena keep himself busy with Hollywood, Arn didn’t have as much job security in the end.
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h/t to Ringside News for the transcription.