Where is WWE’s Drew Gulak? Wrester a WWE NXT no-show following Ronda Rousey allegations

(NewsNation) — World Wrestling Entertainment wrestler Drew Gulak was notably absent from a recent episode of WWE’s NXT following allegations of inappropriate behavior from fellow professional wrestler and mixed martial artist Ronda Rousey.

Although no report has yet to connect the two events, Gulak’s No Quarter Catch Crew was scheduled to compete during the Tuesday event. As they made their entrance, Inside Ropes reported, Gulak’s name had been removed from the group’s entrance video.

According to Wrestling Inc., Gulak was also not listed as being ringside for the match.

Gulak has appeared regularly on NXT and is a part of the No Quarter Catch Crew with “stablemates” Charlie Dempsey, Myles Borne and Damon Kemp.

Dempsey, Borne and Kemp all reportedly appeared in segments of the April 9 broadcast, and Gulak was not seen in any of the backstage segments.

Rousey made the allegations of inappropriate behavior during an interview on NewsNation’s “Banfield,” recalling a time when Gulak, who Rousey said was “barely an acquaintance,” came up to her and grabbed the string of her sweatpants.

“Nobody around me acted as if it was abnormal,” she said. “All the guys around me were like, ‘This is just part of the day.’”

Rousey said she confronted Gulak later, telling him that if he ever did something like that to her or another woman again, “We’re going to have a problem.”

“I’m like, ‘If this guy is coming up to me and doing this kind of stuff to me, while there’s other people around, what’s happening to other girls when they’re not in a hallway?’”

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Gulak backpedaled and thanked her for calling him out, but the experience still put a sour taste in her mouth she said.

“I’m like, ‘If this guy is coming up to me and doing this kind of stuff to me, while there’s other people around, what’s happening to other girls when they’re not in a hallway?’” Rousey said.

Gulak has since responded to Rousey’s allegations, saying it was an accident and that he apologized to her.

“Backstage at a WWE event in 2022, I saw Ronda talking with a group in the hallway. I stopped to say hi and shake all their hands, and in an attempt to shake her hand, I accidentally touched her drawstring. Complete accident, and one that I had apologized to her for the mishap,” Gulak posted on X.

This comes amid recent sexual assault and trafficking allegations against WWE founder Vince McMahon.

McMahon and WWE have been under scrutiny since he resigned as chairman of TKO Group in January after a federal lawsuit filed by a former employee at the company’s headquarters said he sexually exploited and attempted to traffic her to other WWE employees.

Though she said she’s “not surprised,” Rousey said she never personally experienced sexual misconduct from McMahon.

“Vince McMahon … will go down as one of the most evil humans to have ever existed. And there is far worse to come out on him and many others still in the company who also knew of much of his activity. It’s all going to come out if they keep looking. They’ve hidden everything with nondisclosure agreements.”


Rousey wrote about the allegations against McMahon in her new memoir, “Our Fight,” telling NewsNation that the reason nobody else is speaking out is because they fear “negative repercussions” from the WWE.

It is unclear if Gulak will appear in any upcoming WWE events.

NewsNation’s Brian Entin contributed to this report.


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