WWE: Alberto Del Rio threatens to reveal wrestling’s darkest secrets

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Former superstar Alberto Del Rio is still angry at Vince McMahon and WWE for firing him this summer and he has been letting fans on Twitter feel his pain.

Del Rio was sacked after he slapped a WWE employee this summer. But the Mexican wrestler has maintained that he was only retaliating after the employee used racist language towards Del Rio.

Still angry 

WWE superstars past and present have defended Del Rio over the incident, but Vince McMahon and Co have failed to act on the ‘rampant racism’ in WWE yet again.
But Del Rio is about to let McMahon and the WWE get away with their crimes, with the Mexican wrestler issuing an ominous promise and threat on Twitter over the weekend.

"The truth will set you free La verdad te dara libertad! You will know what really happened soon! La verdad viene pronto #notoracism,” Wrestling inc reported.

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Many problems 

These latest comments will not be what McMahon and other WWE personnel want to hear right now, with the company having enough problems as it is.

Financial problems have forced the company to cut their 2014 budget by $20 million and more wrestlers are expected to be fired. But it is one particular fired wrestler they need to be most worried about right now, because it looks like Del Rio, who is now performing in Mexico’s AAA, will reveal WWE’s dirty little secrets sooner rather than later.

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