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Former WWE Superstar says their gimmick is DEAD

We at Real Rasslin have come to learn.

In a recent turn of events, former WWE superstar Patrick Clark, known for his portrayal of the ‘Velveteen Dream’ character, has declared the end of this persona.

This announcement comes after a series of controversies and allegations that have marred his career in recent times.

WWE News: The Fall of Velveteen Dream

Velveteen Dream, once a rising superstar in WWE, faced a significant downfall due to multiple scandals, including allegations that sparked the #FireVelveteenDream trend.

His last appearance in a wrestling match was some time ago, and since then, his future in professional wrestling remains uncertain.

A New Beginning or the End?

In an interview with Chris Van Vliet, Partick Clark was asked about his plans for returning to wrestling. He expressed uncertainty, stating, “I don’t know the answer to that question.”

He recalled the moment of his release from WWE, attributed to budget cuts, and reflected on the fate of his character.

Patrick Clark remarked, “Velveteen Dream lived and died in the same brand. He was loud, condescending… You don’t want the Velveteen Dream in your lives.”

WWE News: Addressing the Allegations

Patrick Clark also discussed why he didn’t address the allegations in his apology video and denied having conversations with minors.

His future in professional wrestling remains a topic of speculation, with fans and critics alike wondering if he will ever make a comeback.

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