Mustafa Ali refuses to blame anyone but himself for a lack of a match on the WWE WrestleMania 37 card, predicting he will be involved at next year's event.
Ali is scheduled to participate in the Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal, which is being held on this week's Smackdown rather than holding its usual spot on the WrestleMania card.
However, the 35-year-old had been involved in a couple of storylines heading into 'The Showcase Of The Immortals', with the split of RETRIBUTION reportedly originally scheduled for 'Mania, while Ali had also been involved in a feud with Kofi Kingston that seemed set to be resolved at WWE's flagship event.
Nonetheless, there appears to be no room on the WrestleMania card for Ali, who lost to United States Champion Riddle on the go-home episode of Raw, with Ali taking to social media to address the situation.
He wrote on Twitter: "Hundreds of excuses. Hundreds of hurdles and lies. But at the end of the day, it’s on me. No one and nothing else to blame but me.
"Another year, another WrestleMania that I’m not going to compete in. Nothing has ever been given to me. This is no different. Next year, you’re mine."