WWE News: Twitter reacts to James Ellsworth's release
What was the reaction to James Ellsworth losing his job?
It was a really surprising turn of events when WWE released James Ellsworth. This man didn't look like a WWE Superstar but he proved once again that anyone with two hands had a fighting chance. Ellsworth was also a shining example of what you can do if you really put your mind to something.
But the Chinless Wonder wasn't bitter in the slightest as he deals with the fact that he's been wished the best in his future endeavours. He did everything he could do as a WWE Superstar and so much more.
After all, it's nothing to turn your nose up at when someone beats AJ Styles, helps win the Money In The Bank briefcase (twice), and then goes on to become a prominent member of the roster. His story might have set him on the back burner but Pro Wrestling Sheet's James McKenna was certainly surprised by this news because he had heard rumblings of a decent WrestleMania role for James Ellsworth.
Others in the Internet Wrestling Community had plenty to say on the subject as well. While most comments had an undertone of humour because that's what Ellsworth's character was all about. He didn't mind being the butt of a joke, and he had no problems taking a bump if needed. He was game for anything which is why he worked so well.
It was just last year at Survivor Series when Braun Strowman looked James Ellsworth dead in the eyes and asked him, "don't I know you?" It was a hilarious moment if you understood Ellsworth's history of being a chinless enhancement talent who entertained Vince McMahon when he put The Monster Among Men over as one of the many "jobbers" in Strowman's way.
But Ellsworth translated that station in WWE into something pretty special for as long as he could. He ended up being paired with Carmella and the two were quite an entertaining team. He looked up to her like a goddess and she looked at him like a pet. But he was a very useful little puppy while she had him collared and leashed.
Now he's off to seek out his fortunes elsewhere as IWS announcer Brian The Guppie eloquently stated upon hearing about his release that just being associated with WWE has skyrocketed Ellsworth's value.