Kendo Kashin was among the many cutbacks last Wednesday by WWE and now his future is uncertain. Kashin was signed in August 2019 to be a coach at the Performance Center. Many non-wrestlers were furloughed and not released by WWE, but Kashin's status is unclear.
Speaking to Tokyo Sports, Kashin revealed that he can't go back to Japan but would like to go to the House of Representatives for compensation for his unemployment. Kashin went on to say that he believes his release had to do with a previous article ran by Tokyo Sports where Kashin commented on how the coronavirus had impacted his job.
In the article, Kashin said he was essentially on vacation seven days a week.
Kashin also said he doesn't have health insurance and believed that hand-washing and mask-wearing would stop the spread of the virus. He also discussed the behavior of those in Florida, even mentioning the infamous "Florida Man" joke.
You can find a list of performers and backstage talent who were released or furloughed by WWE by clicking here.