Gene Snitsky Announces That He Will Be Retiring From Pro Wrestling Soon

And you better not say its his fault.

In 2004 Gene Snitsky made his WWE main roster debut on an episode of Monday Night RAW where he immediately jumped into a program with former World Heavyweight Champion Kane. Snitsky went on to continue his feud with "The Big Red Machine" as their feud transitioned into a storyline that included a moment that Snitsky is famously remembered for which was punting the "child" of Kane and Lita.

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After four years on WWE's main roster Snitsky asked for his release in late 2008 and in the coming years he went on to capture numerous championships in the 'World Xtreme Wrestling' promotion. Snitsky also had a brief stint in TNA in 2014 aligning himself with Dixie Carter. Snitsky last competed in March of this year in a tag team match for the 'Pro Wrestling Empire' promotion. The 6'8 big man now at 48-years old announced over his official Instagram page that after he wraps up a few more shows, he will be stepping away from the sport of pro wrestling to focus on other endeavors and at the conclusion of his announcement he stated that it is still not his fault.


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