Exclusive: Former WWE Writer Kazeem Famuyide Says Leaked Scripts Were A "Kick In The D---"

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In 2018, Fightful gained access to several WWE scripts, which were covered on the website. After months of not much interaction from WWE, they took a firm stance against it. When we spoke to former WWE writer Kazeem Famuyide ahead of WaleMania, he remembered the process in the writer's room

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"It wasn't necessarily us getting the finger pointed at us. Everybody was under the gun. It wasn't just the writers catching heat for it. It was kind of a kick in the dick, too. We worked really hard all week, and sometimes the day of to make it just right and certain versions of it comes out and it always reads terribly. I might have had some heat with you for a second! I was like 'we worked hard on this, you're gonna leak scripts?' It was my livelihood, it was a kick in the dick for a while. I'm glad that stopped. It was a weird time. I'm glad that it got settled eventually," said Kaz.

Kazeem would go on to help WWE write some of the most memorable segments of 2018, including the Elias/Kevin Owens Supersonics segement on WWE Raw. 

You can see our full interview with Kazeem Famuyide above, and check him out at Twitter at this link.

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