It was reported recently that the suspended Alberto Del Rio has decided not to extend his contract with the WWE, and has chosen instead to leave the company.
This comes after he was suspended for 30 days by the WWE for violating the company's wellness policy. He was given the suspension on the same day as his girlfriend Paige, but now Mexico's Greatest Export is now done with the company.
Former WWE commentator Jim Ross has weighed in on the decision by Del Rio in one of his recent blog entries, and he thinks the situation isn't going to have a happy ending.
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He said according to Wrestling Inc: "Wishing Alberto Del Rio the best of luck upon ADR leaving WWE for the second time by my count. Talented guy without question who has seemingly not found what he's looking for in a promotion and at some point one has consider reevaluating one's priorities and game plan.
"Perhaps I'm wrong but there seems to be an abnormal amount of controversy surrounding this talent who still has plenty to offer a pro wrestling company if the table is set correctly for all involved.
"I hope that the ADR story has a happy ending for all involved but for some reason that option doesn't seem like a lay up. Remember that when talents leave a company is is more often than not because of one of the two C's, creative and cash."
After promises of main event pushes that never came, it comes as no surprise that Del Rio has decided to leave the WWE. He probably had no problems with the amount of money the company was paying him, so out of the two C's, creative was likely the bigger problem the Mexican had.