After leaving Social Media on Sunday night following a whirlwind of accusations, Michael Elgin made a return late Sunday night and released what he describes as his “final statement” on the situation at hand. He also mentioned that while he said he’d sold Glory Pro on Sunday, it wasn’t official yet but that he’d “begun processes” for it’s sale.
Michael Elgin Returns To Twitter, Issues Final Statement
Here’s his full statement:
Things have gone from bad to worse for Elgin, as two companies recently announced that they are cancelling bookings of the star, in light of the continuing controversy.
STATEMENT- PLEASE READ RE: Dec 17th and Jan 21 pic.twitter.com/GbHcsbQYCE
— Smash Wrestling (@smashwrestling) December 6, 2017
For two years, we’ve been striving to make Maine a wrestling destination by mixing some of the best locally with some of the best in the world. Most of all, we want to create a FUN & SAFE environment for fans and wrestlers.
Michael Elgin has been pulled off of our event on 1/19.
— Limitless Wrestling (@LWMaine) December 5, 2017