Nick 'Eugene' Dinsmore Announces Retirement Tour

Dinsmore is set for retirement

Nick Dinsmore has announced that he has begun his retirement tour, with bookings available for 2022. 

Dinsmore portrayed the Eugene character in WWE in the mid-2000s, debuting in 2004 as Eric Bischoff's nephew and going on to be involved in prominent storylines with the likes of Triple H, Evolution, Kurt Angle and many more.

Eugene would wrestle for the World Heavyweight Championship and claimed the Raw Tag Team Titles with William Regal as well. 

Having wrestled across the independent scene since his WWE departure, Dinsmore has now revealed he is set for his final run with the Eugene character, and is seeking his last wrestling bookings in 2022. 

Writing on Twitter, the 45-year-old said: "Eugene has begun his retirement tour! Last Call! One last time! There are select dates available so book Eugene ASAP for pro wrestling matches, seminars/match psychology, and also stand-up Comedy."

The graphic notes that 'Eugene wants to say thank you and goodbye to all of his friends!'

Dinsmore would also work as a WWE NXT coach in the mid-2010s before leaving the promotion again in 2014.

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