Janitor On WWE RAW Was Former Team President Of The AAF's 'Memphis Express'

The identity of 'Gary Garbutt' before Cedric Alexander filled the role.

Drew McIntyre and Shane McMahon spent the majority of Monday Night RAW searching for a tag team partner to join Roman Reigns in the main event of the show. Shane and Drew approached a garbage man, a man working in concessions and an individual named "Gary Garbutt" whose storyline job was a janitor at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey. The 'Jackson Sun' published a story about the true identity of "Gary Garbutt" and Gary is actually Kosha Irby, who is the former President of the AAF's Memphis Express.

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Kosha Irby worked for WWE for several years as regional director of live events.

"Gary Garbutt" wore a mask to the ring and under the mask was former WWE Cruiserweight Champion Cedric Alexander. To hear some thoughts and opinions about the conclusion of the July 8th edition of RAW, head over to Fightful Pro Wrestling YouTube channel for our post-RAW review podcast.

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