In recent weeks there have been many great returns on WWE TV screens, several arrived in important PPVs such as Money in the Bank or Summerslam and then those of John Cena, Becky Lynch or Brock Lesnar and those also arrived in the weekly shows of Monday Night Raw or Friday Night Smackdown, such as Keith Lee's from NXT.
The ex-NXT athlete had been missing for months, or since the beginning of the year, when apparently he was hit by the covid, which then left him considerable aftermath, with various infections that attacked his body, so much so as to take him to a very serious situation, which had made him worry about his own life.
Finally, a few weeks ago, the former NXT champion managed to get back into a pro-wrestling ring, but returning to Raw he only struck a series of defeats that apparently could lead to his own very important change of attitude.
Keith Lee is definitely of main event level caliber
Apparently, after having included him in several dark matches both before Monday Night Raw and before Friday Night Smackdown, Vince McMahon would now have clear ideas on what to do in the future to his gigantic black athlete from Raw, with a turn heel.
now around the corner, which fans can not wait to witness in the rings of the Stamford company. As reported recently by the well-known overseas site, Wrestling News, in fact: "Keith Lee got great reactions during the dark matches but we at WrestlingNews were told that Vince McMahon considered turning him into a monster heel."
After one of his latest victories in a dark match before Friday Night Smackdown in a match that lasted less than 90 seconds, it seems that the direction he wants to get company from his mammoth athlete now is the turn. We will see in the coming days and weeks, if this thing will also be conceived in front of the cameras of Monday Night Raw or if the WWE will change plans again on another of its athletes.
After facing Bobby Lashley and Karrion Kross in singles matches on RAW, Keith Lee started wrestling in dark matches. He defeated Austin Theory before the August 6 episode of SmackDown. He beat Chico Adams before RAW on August 9 and Niles Plonk before SmackDown on August 13.
Last night, at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, Keith Lee beat local enhancement talent Casey Blackrose before RAW. The dark matches for Keith Lee were designed to be short squash matches.