Recently Dream was one of the most promising young guns in WWE and had a bright future ahead of him. However, he was accused of sending inappropriate pictures to underage boys in 2020 and from that time his career suddenly went down. WWE let him go back in May this year.
Velveteen Dream was set to appear at SWF Wrestling’s “Home Sweet Home” event on September 11, 2021, and was announced on the Twitter handle of SWF Live LLC.
SWF Wrestling and The Trifecta are pleased to announce that FKA Velveteen Dream will make its first wrestling appearance since the departure of WWE at SWF Wrestling’s Home Sweet Home event at the TOMS River YMCA on September 11.
The announcement resulted in a huge backlash from fans and led to the cancellation of Velveteen Dream’s appearance within just two hours. SWF owner Rob Fury gave a statement on the development shortly thereafter:
“Tonight we announced that Velveteen Dream will be featured in our Home Sweet Home program. I believe that slander can happen to anyone and has been unrelated but untrue to other situations in my life. Consider carefully After doing that, the dream has been removed.”
Velveteen Dream’s WWE run began in 2015
Velveteen Dream was a contestant on the sixth season of WWE Tough Enough and finished ninth when all is said and done. Dream began his in-ring WWE career on NXT and soon became one of the brand’s biggest attractions.
Velveteen Dream’s charming personality and exceptional skills in square circles made for a complete package and fans knew he was on his wrestling path to superstardom. he even caught note WWE legend John Cena who praised the NXT Superstar.
“You know how the old Jedis in the Star Wars movies can look at the rookie Jedis and be like, ‘I guess that’s what it is.’ I have a weird, weird midichlorian feeling about Velveteen Dream. I think there’s something special there,” Cena said.
The cancellation of SWF isn’t good news for Velveteen Dream in the least, as it’s a clear sign that other wrestling promoters don’t want negative attention from fans as well by booking them for appearances.
It would come as no surprise if Sapna would soon quietly break away from the wrestling business and start fresh elsewhere.