Not every wrestler can have an emotional goodbye like Ric Flair or Shawn Michaels had.
Most just suddenly disappear, never to be heard from again.
Who knows whatever happened to The Repo Man, Val Venis, T.L. Hopper and countless others. They just stopped showing up for work.
On most TV shows when an actor leaves, there's usually an on-air explanation for the character's departure.
In the show, we find out that a character may have quit their job, died or moved to another town. We're given a reason why they're no longer around.
Not in wrestling.
When a wrestler leaves the company, nine times out of 10 their character is just gone. Weeks or months later we're left wondering where they went.
With that in mind, here are 13 of the strangest wrestling exits we've seen so far...