An update on poor Larry the local security guard.
On the September 18 episode of Friday Night SmackDown, Big E returned to try and gain a measure of revenge on Sheamus but instead, Larry, the local security guard who helped Seamus get the jump on Big E two weeks ago got an ass whooping courtesy of the former Intercontinental Champion.
WWE official Adam Pearce, who has taken over the role of the authority figure on Raw and SmackDown lately, provided a brief update on the condition of poor Larry after Larry was driven down on the hood of a car by Big E.
This man's name is not really Larry, that just happens to be the name given to him by Big E during the beatdown. In reality, he is Kennedy Kendrick, a graduate of the Lance Storm Wrestling Academy.
On @WWE SmackDown Live: Who was Larry the security guard? Kennedy Kendrick @GreatKendrick was the man attacked in the backstage area by Big E @WWEBigE after he lured him there 2 weeks prior when Sheamus attacked Big E. #WWE #SmackDown #SmackDownLIVE pic.twitter.com/d2OCKbJSKP— The Local Competitor (@LocalCompWWE) September 19, 2020
On Twitter, Storm asked Adam Pearce why they weren't taking better care of him and admitted that he supports "Larry" taking a payoff from Sheamus because times are hard.
He’s an SWA grad, you think maybe you could take care of him better? Geez! What kind of ship are you running?— Lance Storm (@LanceStorm) September 19, 2020
A man has to make a living. Times are tough --— Lance Storm (@LanceStorm) September 19, 2020
If you missed any of the action from SmackDown, check out Fightful’s full report on the show and listen to the post-show podcast for a complete review of all the action.