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Seven Things: 7 Possible WWE Employees Alberto Del Rio May Have Beat Up

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Welcome to Seven Things, a list that consists of very eclectic topics. These are of my opinions and doesn’t express the views of others on WrestlingOnEarth.

Alberto Del Rio was fired by WWE today for “unprofessional conduct and an altercation with an employee.” Del Rio is a skilled shoot fighter so chances are he fucked someone up. Just who could it be? We explore!

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7. Sin Cara

Alberto Del Rio despised the original Sin Cara AKA Mistico. Perhaps he may have forgotten that they replaced the Sin Cara wrestler and it’s now Hunico. It’s reasonable to wonder if Del Rio had a memory lapse and wanted to beat up Mistico one more occasion for old time’s sake.

6. Adam Rose

If you’ve been watching his segments on Raw and DON’T want to punch his face, you’re a rare breed.

5. Randy Orton

His Twitter insults to his obsessed fans show that he’s not above using ethnic specifying comments in every day life. What if he actually wanted to compliment Alberto and referred to him as something along the lines of “What’s up, my Latin son?” to which shoot mode takes effect and ADR pummels Orton coloring his wretched tattoos red.

4. Kane

Some insiders say Kane may be an incredibly big pervert in real life. This usually leads to a fist fight or two.

3. Random backstage employee

DUD. Nobody wants this!

2. Alex Riley

If I had to guess someone on the WWE roster was a racist, it would be Alex Riley. Easy trigger for that Del Rio anger.

1. The Miz

Let’s be honest. This is what we all want. Alberto Del Rio fighting Miz backstage would be the greatest juicy wrestling story of all time. Del Rio genuinely dislikes The Miz and has even stated in interviews that he wishes he could “punch him in the face.”

Did this common athlete become a national treasure? Only time will tell.

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