Jacob Fatu Accused Of No-Showing Indie Bookings, Frank The Clown’s AEW Shortlist


WWE and WCW alumnus Sid Vicious is set to partake in the Youngstown Comic-Con on July 8th. Other wrestling personalities advertised for the show include Debra and Christy Hemme.

Jacob Fatu has been publicly accused by Pro Wrestling King and Frontline Pro Wrestling of no-showing their independent dates of late.


Fatu took advances from Pro Wrestling King and Frontline Pro Wrestling for bookings and then did not fulfill his commitments, while also turning a deaf ear to repeated requests to return his advances.

According to a report from Pwinsider, Fatu books himself independently which is why MLW is not involved in the matter. Fatu dropping communications for a period of time is nothing new, though the MLW National Openweight Champion continues to remain active on social media.

Fatu has yet to publicly comment on the claims.

In other news, Frank The Clown, who works as a manager and wrestler on the independent circuit, named a few AEW stars he’d like to work with. Frank told Fightful,

“There are a lot of people who could use a little Frank The Clown in their lives, especially at All Elite Wrestling. Somebody like, Abadon perhaps. Frank The Clown thinks he could reel Abadon in and really unleash that inner potential that we all know is there that maybe hasn’t been given the proper opportunity. Somebody like Zack Clayton, a former reality star himself on Jersey Shore. Seems like he might be flailing a little bit in AEW looking for that right opportunity.”

“Frank The Clown, wherever Frank The Clown goes, success follows. The Renegade Twins, Nyla Rose, Marina Shafir, a lot of people Frank The Clown has his eye on because Frank The Clown is very confident in his ability to elevate talent and, in turn, elevate Frank The Clown and bring us up to the top where we belong.”

Frank is set to appear at Warrior Wrestling 30, managing KC Navarro in his Warrior Wrestling World Championship defense against Matt Cardona.

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