Former TNA/Impact Wrestling star Crimson was spotted this week providing security for Donald Trump.
The rally in Alaska fulfilled a promise made by the former U.S. President over a year ago to rally against Senator Lisa Murkowkski.
A tweet detailing security personnel at a Trump rally in Alaska was posted where fans could spot the former TNA wrestler.
Security outside the Trump rally includes Anchorage Police, secret service, troopers. Entrance screening done by TSA. But most noticeable is this private security force in the building hired by Trump. Uniform: huge muscles, tight clothes, and lots of tattoos. pic.twitter.com/xeCCW3C3sI
— Iris Samuels (@iris_samuels) July 9, 2022
Crimson was given a winning streak upon joining TNA in the early 2010s, but was released in 2016 for allegedly headbutting his wife in a hotel room.
Trump lost the 2020 U.S. election to President Joe Biden and has since created the Office of the Former President.