Marko Stunt Wanted To Kill Himself, Thunder Rosa Apologizes

Last year, Marko Stunt wanted to kill himself. And, Thunder Rosa has apologized to the AEW locker room over her recent behavior and comments.

Marko Stunt Wanted To Kill Himself
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Last year, Marko Stunt wanted to kill himself. And, Thunder Rosa has apologized to the AEW locker room over her recent behavior and comments.

Marko Stunt Wanted To Kill Himself

Marko Stunt joined AEW during their first pay per view, Double Or Nothing, back in May 2019. He was a participant in the battle royal match, but did not score the win.

Still, he got fans talking about his size. He is billed as five-feet and two-inches, making him the smallest male wrestler on AEW roster.

In fact, he is one of the shortest pro wrestlers, either male or female, to part of AEW. In the beginning, he teamed with Jungle Boy and Luchasaurus; being known as Jurassic Express.

Mostly, he was seen at ringside, while the other two members competed. He did wrestle occasionally and got involved in matches, using his short structure for some cool spots.

In June of last year, AEW opted to not renew his contract. Many saw the move coming as he was removed from TV for months and Jurassic Express continued without him.

Stunt continued to wrestle, including making appearances in the ever-growing Game Changer Wrestling (GCW) promotion.

From A Tweet We Are Leaning Marko Stunt Wanted To Kill Himself

In a recent tweet, it was revealed Marko Stunt wanted to kill himself a year ago. Thankfully, he did not go through with the idea.

He continued how he is better and in a happier place. And, in all honesty, that is terrific news to hear.

Since Marko Stunt wanted to kill himself, the matter needs to be addressed. Suicide is never the answer and we urge anyone to seek help.

If you or someone you know is experiencing suicidal thoughts, do not be afraid to ask for help. The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is available 24/7 and the number is ‘1-800-273-TALK (8255).

Thunder Rosa Apologizes

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Thunder Rosa was part of the NWA and Tony Khan was so impressed, he bought out her contract. She worked a bunch of matches, but her feud with Britt Baker made them both huge stars in AEW.

In a Lights Out Match, Rose defeated Baker. The match saw tons of weapons and blood spilled.

They would meet again, this time inside a steel cage. Again, Rosa walked out the victor and this time AEW Women’s Champion.

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The plan was for her to drop the title to Toni Storm at All Out in 2022. Shortly before the match, Rosa pulled-out because of an injury.

Khan kept the belt on Rosa and crowned Storm the interim champion. Fans, and Storm, did like the concept.

After several months, Rosa was stripped of the gold due to not being cleared to compete. That was seven months ago and she is yet to return inside the ring.

Rosa drew heat by some in AEW’s locker room for not appearing on TV, despite the injury. She was able to take part in autograph signings and interviews, leading to more problems.

On Busted Open Radio, Rosa commented how she is still recovering from her injury and apologized before February 8th AEW Dynamite episode to the locker room.

“We got to respect the people that are now representing the company,” said Rosa. “I’m representing the company in a different manner.”

“I have talked to the locker room and I took accountability for things that some people had issues with and I went out there and apologized.”

“And that’s the best thing that I can do because I want to make money. I want to make sure that I am able to work with everyone regardless of if we have any issues or not.”

For now, there is still no word on when Rosa will be cleared to compete again. She did recently appear at an AEW show, working the Spanish announce table.

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