While this deranged monster was not runaway model material, he was perfect for the world of WWE. Well, perfect for himself,
but the exact opposite for the audiences he terrified and WWE Superstars he encountered.
In 2004, Gene Snitsky
debuted and displayed his sadistic tendencies against the likes of John Cena,
In 2007, he moved to ECW and bludgeoned CM Punk,
Balls Mahoney, Matt Striker
and even Hardcore Holly by breaking his arm.
Snitsky lured in WWE for a few years, but was last seen on Raw. He'd often test his ability to harm anyone he
encountered. Such behavior gave the monster true pleasure.
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Gene Snitsky, who briefly appeared for TNA over the summer, feels the wrestling organization is making a mistake by not
bringing him back after his character was written off television.
At an Impact Wrestling taping in New York City in June, Snitsky, along with Rycklon (formerly known as Ezekiel
Jackson), debuted for the company as villains, attacking Tommy Dreamer, Bully Ray and Devon during a Street Fight and
aligning with Dixie Carter -- the episode aired on July 24. Both former WWE Superstars were fired by Carter on the August 7
show after losing an Eight-Man Hardcore War pitting Team EC3 (EC3, Rhino, Rycklon and Snitsky) against Team Bully
(Bully Ray, Devon, Tommy Dreamer and Al Snow).
Snitsky was recently asked on Twitter whether he still wrestles for TNA and responded, "who? Lol." Later, a fan said
Impact drew its greatest viewership spike in months with the segment featuring Snitsky and Rycklon's debut. In
response to this, Snitsky remarked, "their loss..... #itsnotmyfault." He also said "their loss" in response to
a fan expressing his disappointment with TNA not continuing to utilize Snitsky.
Snitsky has also posted a few messages saying "#Snitskyequalsratings."
Rycklon also responded to a Twitter question asking whether he's still affiliated with TNA. He wrote, "Was just for
Meanwhile, Snitsky was backstage at a recent WWE live event in Pennsylvania. Here are photos.