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Tazz Exits the WWE

Former ECW World Heavyweight Champion Tazz has left WWE after his contract with the company expired. Tazz actually gave notice to WWE that he was leaving a few weeks ago, so the departure was his decision. While saying his goodbyes, he was telling people at the WWE TV tapings last night that he needed a break and that it was time to go home and recharge his batteries.

As far as what's next for Tazz, there is always that chance he can come back to WWE one day. As far as we know, he is leaving on good terms. Independent bookings like conventions or signings are a possibility but sources close to Tazz don’t expect to see him taking up a bunch of different independent dates because he always seemed against that. Also don't look for Tazz to be wrestling in a ring because of the injuries from his past. Tazz has had tryouts with talk radio stations in the past, so a career in the talk radio field is possible.


No clue why he would give up a job like that, even if it is just for a short time...

He just sits at the sidelines and reads a script and follows the instructions the guy is telling him through his headset.

I hear that it's pretty annoying to have someone (Vince) yell in your ear at every taping. Taz has been doing commentary for a long time, I would assume he needs a break from that.

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