Longtime WWE Security Guard Refutes Reports That He Was Fired, Says He Gave Significant Notice

Longtime WWE security guard Scott Aycock has refuted a report that he was fired by WWE.

In this week’s edition of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Dave Meltzer noted that “Scott Aycock, who has worked security for WWE since 2004, was let go this past week. There is no word whether he was booked for Raw last week and the Rollins incident had something to do with this.”

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Posting to his LinkedIn, Aycock corrected the story, writing the following:

"This attached story link about WWE releasing me and another reporting I was fired is all false and madeup. I gave significant time notice to WWE because I was presented with an awesome job opportunity. Furthermore, I was not at Raw the night of the fan Incident in Brooklyn recently as reported. This was totally my decision.
And since I dont Facebook/Twitter/Instagram etc, whomever is feeding these sites information for whatever reason, I would rethink your motivations."

On the November 22 episode of WWE Raw, Rollins was attacked by a fan who jumped the guardrails while he was heading back up the entranceway. Officials were able to quickly pull him off of Seth and escort him away, while Rollins exchanged some colorful language with the perpetrator. Learn more here.

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