The Wrestle Factory and CHIKARA have severed ties with independent wrestler Rory Gulak following allegations of misconduct.
Gulak served as a trainer at The Wrestle Factory, and is a mainstay with the independent promotion CHIKARA.
Both CHIKARA and The Wrestle Factory issued the following statement.
Last week, both CHIKARA, Inc. and The Wrestle Factory, LLC severed has with Rory Gulak. We take allegations of misconduct very seriously.
In accordance with this, we cooperate completely and transparently with all law enforcement agendas. Our priority is and always will be the safety of our fans, cast and crew.
— CHIKARA (@CHIKARApro) January 6, 2020
ICW in Scotland has also removed Rory Gulak from an up-coming booking on 2/1
ICW has taken the decision to remove Rory Gulak from Gonzo Wrestling on Saturday, 1 February.
— ICW (@InsaneChampWres) January 6, 2020
While details of his alleged misconduct have yet to be confirmed, chatter on social media has been rampant over the last several days.
Due to the sensitive nature of the investigation, no further information will be reported until confirmed by law enforcement.
Gulak is the younger brother of current WWE star Drew Gulak.
Rory Gulak has worked for WWE several times as enhancement talent, and also took part at a Performance Center tryout in 2018.