Less than a month after former WWE Cruiserweight Champion Rich Swann parted ways with WWE, his wife Su Yung has spoken up on his behalf.
A December incident that saw Swann arrested after he allegedly attacked Yung left him on the outs with WWE. He would never get on WWE television again, and has struggled to keep bookings since returning to the independent circuit, even saying that he plans on retiring soon. On Sunday afternoon, Yung took to Twitter, admitting they've had their share of issues and confessing to demons of her own.
Yung and Swann's careers went in much different directions following the December incident. Swann was arrested and removed from WWE TV, as well as a planned title match. Yung would land her most high profile gig of her career in working with Impact Wrestling in January on her way to picking up a couple of victories on television. Swann has attended independent events in support of Yung as well.