WWE News: Backstage News on Alberto Del Rio Threatening to Quit the WWE

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Following his WWE debut during the summer of 2010 on SmackDown, Alberto Del Rio has made quite an impact in the company with two WWE title reigns along with winning the 2011 Royal Rumble and Raw Money in the Bank match.

Even though he was getting pushed to a lot of early success in the past two years, there might be some trouble brewing between Del Rio and the WWE in regards to the way things have been going in recent months.

Here are the details from F4WOnline (via WrestlingInc.com) on the situation between the former two-time WWE Champion and the front office of the company in recent weeks.

F4WOnline.com reports that Del Rio clashed with upper-level management that day and threatened to quit WWE. One company source says Del Rio was frustrated with his standing and contemplating a departure. A second source said the incident "wasn't that big a deal" and that both sides were wrangling over a contract matter. A third source believes the spat was a combination of both accounts.

While not being the biggest fan of Del Rio since coming on the scene a few years ago, Del Rio has the potential to be one of the biggest stars on the roster if the WWE could make minor tweaks to his character.

The removal of his personal ring announcer, Ricardo Rodriguez, and the expensive automobiles he drives into the arena would strip away some of the unnecessary items of his character to take the attention away from Del Rio.

With a possible departure from the WWE in the works for Del Rio, do you think the Mexican Aristocrat should stay with the company instead of returning to Mexico where he still has a major following in the country? 

Chris Humphrey is a Featured Columnist for Bleacher Report. You can ask him any question regarding any other topic that crosses your mind on either his Facebook or Twitter page.

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