Saieve Al Sabah released by MLW, chats with chief operating officer Jared St. Laurent


The surprising news of Saieve Al Sabah’s exit from Major League Wrestling came out earlier today and we now have more information thanks to an excellent report by Andrew Thompson of Post Wrestling.

Al Sabah was signed by MLW last month on June 8 but received his release today. He asked for his release after asking MLW founder Court Bauer to “clean up his house”. It was referring to chief operating officer Jared St. Laurent, who, according to Al Sabah, should no longer be in wrestling because of his relationship with Team Vision Dojo.

Team Vision Dojo is a Florida based wrestling school run by Chasyn Rance, a registered sex offender. It is also the last place where we saw Teddy Hart’s ex-girlfriend, Samantha Fiddler, missing since November 2016. Two former Team Vision Dojo interns, Dan Kinnally and Salina de la Rinta, all two testified to Saint Laurent saying that he was not with the school when Fiddler was there. Saint Laurent told Post Wrestling that he had severed business ties to the school a decade before Rance’s legal issues became public and that he was not in the school while Fiddler was there.

There’s a lot more in the full Post Wrestling report, so be sure to read it.

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