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It was nice while it lasted. There are a lot of wrestlers in WWE’s history and some of them have done some very memorable things. While they might not have all had the same amount of success, all of them have been around for at least a little while, meaning at some point their career has to end. It seems that we will be seeing that take place again sooner rather than later.

Dirty Dango, formerly known as Fandango in WWE, has announced that he will be stepping away from the ring in the next few months. He also says “Goodbye forever”, suggesting that he is retiring from wrestling. There was no explanation given for why he is stepping away from the ring. Dango, 38, has been wrestling since 1999 and wrestled for WWE from 2006-2021, when he was released. He has most recently wrestled on the independent circuit, including for the NWA.

I’ll be stepping away from the ring in couple months . Goodbye forever .

— Dango (@DirtyDangoCurty) March 25, 2022

Opinion: This is something that always feels a little sad, even if Dango seems to be going away on his own terms. He had his great WrestleMania debut in 2013 by defeating Chris Jericho but WWE never really capitalized on the whole thing. His time as part of Breezango was great and the Fashion Files should have launched them up to the next level. Dango is someone who had a rather nice career and some of memorable moments were a lot of fun, so I’ll certainly miss him a bit.

What did you think of Dango’s career? What was his best moment? Let us know in the comments below.

Thomas Hall has been a wrestling fan for over thirty years and has seen over 60,000 wrestling matches. He has also been a wrestling reviewer since 2009 with over 6,000 full shows covered. You can find his work at, or check out his- Amazon author page with 30 wrestling books

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