Adam Rose and Konnor suspended

WWE issued the following press release on Saturday afternoon confirming 60 day suspensions for Adam Rose (Raymond Leppan) and Konnor (Ryan Parmeter) for a second violation of the company’s Talent Wellness Program.


STAMFORD, Conn., April 16, 2016 – In accordance with its Talent Wellness Program, WWE has suspended Raymond Leppan (Adam Rose) and Ryan Parmeter (Konnor) each for 60 days effective immediately for a second violation of the company’s policy.

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  1. OH NO! With all your stars down with injury you suspended two more top tier talents??? Aaron Rose and Konnan fow two months? I mean, how are you going to expect Joe Everyfan to continue watching Raw and such without main eventer’s like this? Oh well maybe the other demolition warrior/Kevin Sullivan dude can have a decent singles run…

  2. Looks like there is going to be need for another Social Outcast. If Crush was still around they could put him in as the third Ascension member like they did back in the Demolition days. I think they should have kept Connor until Monday an had Anderson and Gallows destroy them to get them off TV.

  3. He was born with his liver and intestines outside of his abdomen and needed corrective surgery.

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