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01/09/2017 | Manchettes

JBL quitte la table des commentateurs à Smackdown !

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C’est une nouvelle surprenante et sortie de nul part, mais John Bradshaw Layfield quitte son poste de commentateur à Smackdown. Il quitte en bons termes, mais ne quittera pas la WWE. JBL laisse sa place pour se concentrer dans un autre travail. Celui-ci consiste à aider un enfant en danger. Il nous explique qu’il aura un nouvel horaire réduite avec la compagnie de Mr.McMahon. Il nous a expliqué sa décision sur un très long texte sur Twitter.

“After much consideration, I will be stepping back my weekly role as Smackdown Announcer to dedicate more continuous time on the work I have done since 2010 with at risk kids and communities. My new schedule will allow me to continue to be a part of the WWE family and also continue my work that I feel is the most important thing in my life. I will continue my 20+ year relationship with WWE and will appear on such marquee shows as Tribute to the Troops, WrestleMania, amongst others.”

“With the help of Beyond Sport, I founded Beyond Rugby Bermuda in 2010–which has been recognized as one of the world’s best charities for work with at risk, gang focused, youth intervention. Beyond Rugby Bermuda won the 2014 NACRA Fair Play Award out of 7,000 programs and 17 countries for its work with at risk kids. I was named as a Beyond Sport Global Ambassador–an organization backed by all major sports leagues in the U.S.”

“I’m proud to say that in addition to being Smackdown’s longest reigning WWE Champion, I inspired WWE’s Tribute to the Troops over 10 years ago. WWE has been my partner in all my philanthropic works and this new deal with WWE ensures that will continue. WWE has made my dreams come true and helped me become a global name. And now, WWE is helping me use that name to make a difference.”

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