Dan Matha: Former NXT Superstar Arrested Over First-Degree Misdemeanor
Dan Matha, who is recently released by WWE has found himself in trouble. The former NXT superstar arrested over first-degree misdemeanor.
Dan Matha who was last seen in NXT ring in March 2020, and was later released by WWE as part of the company’s layoff solution, is beleaguered in legal matters. Matha, 32 was arrested on Monday, August 18, in Orlando over failing to appear in Court, on the scheduled date. This is considered as an offense in the state, and a consequence Dan Matha, formerly known as Dorian Mak, is charged with first-degree misdemeanor. However, it is not known why he was decreed to appear in court in the first place.
Dan Matha’s NXT Stint
Dan Matha debuted in NXT in 2016, and was mainly a singles performer. Matha is over 7-feet tall, and during his time in NXT he has wrestled alongside, Drew Mcintyre, Andrade Almas, Adam Cole, Velveteen Dream, Johnny Gargano, etc. Before getting released in April 2020, Matha was one half of “The Outliers”, a tag-team that persisted for one year between him and Riddick Moss.
Outside of the ring, Matha is quite actively a podcast host, and more often invites guest from the wrestling background.
— Spark In The Dark Podcast (@SparkInTheDarkk) August 18, 2020
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