After Ronda Rousey’s Accusations, Drew Gulak Seemingly Removed From 4/9 WWE NXT

By accusing WWE Superstar Drew Gulak of acting inappropriately toward her while she was employed by the business, Ronda Rousey has stirred some controversy. Due to these grave accusations, there has been conjecture over Gulak’s whereabouts, as evidenced by his apparent absence from NXT this week.

Ronda Rousey said on NewsNation that as she was waiting to speak with Triple H in the writer’s room, Drew Gulak touched her inappropriately by holding the drawstring of her trousers without asking permission.

Ronda Rousey (Credit: ESPN)

Drew Gulak’s Future Uncertain

“Gulak, Drew. It was Drew Gulak, that’s who. “If I ever hear about you putting your hands on any other woman like this or doing anything like this to me ever again, we’re going to have a problem,” I said to him when I confronted him later.

His response was, “No, no, no.” Thank you for speaking with me. He truly retreated, but it left me with a bad impression of the local culture and what constitutes appropriate behavior toward women in the hallways and elsewhere.

Charlie Dempsey, Damon Kemp, and Myles Borne of the No Quarter Catch Crew were heavily featured in several segments on the April 9 edition of WWE NXT. Interestingly, missing from these parts was the group’s leader, Drew Gulak.

Drew Gulak
Drew Gulak (Credit: ESPN)

Gulak was noticeably absent from the group’s Titantron during a tag match between Borne and Kemp and the Tony D’Angelo Family (Channing “Stacks” Lorenzo & Luca Crusifino), signifying his absence from the event.

The claims’ internal response from WWE was also made public. Ronda Rousey has already received a response from Drew Gulak refuting her claims. When Gulak can make a comeback to WWE television, the WWE Universe will have to wait and see.