Report: Bo Dallas Helped Out With Live Event Configuration Prior To WWE Release

Dallas was released by WWE in April

Bo Dallas was released by WWE earlier this year as a part of the company's cuts to the main roster.

The former NXT Champion was let go in April, having not been seen on WWE television since November 2019. Dallas had reportedly asked for some time off in December 2019 and didn't feature on WWE programming again.

It had been reported that the former Raw Tag Team Champion had been backstage at SmackDown in recent weeks and months, and Fightful Select is reporting that Dallas even helped out in other areas of the company during his time off-camera.

The report indicates that Dallas, on multiple occasions, assisted WWE in testing out camera equipment, lighting rigs, and also helped with live event configuration. Fightful point to at least one instance in February of this year when the 31-year-old helped out in production areas, at a time when Wesley Blake also did the same thing.

Dallas reportedly tried to help out as much as possible in the run-up to WWE WrestleMania 37, the first live WWE event with fans in over a year.

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