Justin Credible caused a scene last night, leading many to wonder how is he is doing health wise.
It was at a Blitzkrieg Pro Wrestling event in Enfield, Connecticut last night. You can see the footage shot by someone who was at the event above. Credible rolled into the ring, stumbling, and continued to demand a microphone. A lot of the video is staff and other personnel asking Credible to leave the ring, but he refused. The promoter at one point told Credible "You were my hero growing up, I swear to God. And you are a freaking disgrace right now."
After leaving the ring, Credible later came out and tried to get the microphone once again. He was denied and subsequently walked away from the ring.
Credible recently announced back in July that he would be attending WWE sponsored rehab. Pro Wrestling Sheet has reported, however, that he never stopped posting on social media and never attended rehab. Credible has refuted this, saying that he has been attending therapy via WWE's wellness program.
Credible is best known for his run in ECW in the late nineties, where he was their world champion. He later had runs in WWE and Impact, but neither lasted for long. He retired from wrestling back in 2015, but the retirement lasted less than a year as he has been back on the indy scene ever since.
The following day, Credible revealed on Youtube that he'd be getting help from Diamond Dallas Page, who has aided in the recovery of several pro wrestlers in the past. Credible is going to chronicle his ups and downs on his way to getting sober.