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Wrestling legend Jimmy Snuka charged with third degree murder

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The WWE this morning removed Jimmy Snuka from its website and suspended his ‘legends’ contract following the revelation that he had been charged with third degree murder and involuntary manslaughter. The organisation confirmed their actions in a statement, insisting that they were removing his images from all of their media platforms until the outcome of the case was made clear. "Jimmy Snuka's non-wrestling 'legends' contract has been suspended and we are currently removing his images from our media platforms pending the outcome of this case," the WWE confirmed. It’s believed Snuka was arrested on Tuesday after a grand jury determined he repeatedly assaulted Nancy Argentino in 1983. Moving on to lighter news and Daniel Bryan could finally be making a return to the ring after suffering numerous injury problems.

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