Lince Dorado Asks To Be Removed From Show Or Have Match With Marty Scurll And Travis Banks Changed
Former WWE Superstar Lince Dorado was booked to wrestle at the upcoming The Crash Lucha Libre: Lucha Super Estrella event in Tijuana, Mexico, and may no longer be appearing after asking to be removed from the event or have his match changed.
This comes after it was announced that he and his partner Destiny would be facing the team of Marty Scurll, and Travis Banks. Both Scurll and Banks had allegations brought against them during the #SpeakingOut movement.
WWE released Banks back in June of 2020 after he was accused by Millie McKenzie of being mentally ill, and abusive towards her while they were in a relationship together. At the time of their relationship, McKenzie was only 17-years-old and Banks was 13-years her senior.
Marty Scurll and ROH “mutually decided to part ways” back in January of 2021, this came after he was accused of sexually assaulting a woman in 2015 when she was 16-years-old. Scurll claimed that he did not know she was underage, and that the encounter was consensual.
On Thursday, Lince Dorado asked The Crash to removed him from the show or change his match. He add that it is his decision, and he wasn’t influenced by anybody. Lince stated that The Crash was working on fixing the situation.
“I have asked @TheCrashLuchas to remove me from the show or change my match for their May event. Nothing else needs to be said. It’s my decision as I’m not influenced by anybody! They are working on it.
We will keep you updated on any changes to The Crash Lucha Libre’s Lucha Super Estrella event in Tijuana, Mexico, or if we hear more about Lince Dorado’s status.
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