There are big plans for T-Bar



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There are big plans for T-Bar

Several months ago, WWE had staged a stable that had put the entire main roster on fire, with the Retribution, which eventually became a full-fledged Monday Night Raw team, after WWE had officially signed the athletes. Initially, this stable included Mace, T-Bar, Mia Yim, Slapjack (aka Shane Thorne) and Mercedes Martinez.

In the end, Mustafa Ali also came out to be the leader of that stable, at the juncture in which Mercedes Martinez then abandoned the plans for her on the WWE main roster, returning to NXT. Eventually, after about two years, several of these athletes were released, such as Shane Thorne, Mercedes Martinez or Mia Yim, with the only ones left on-screen being Mace, T-Bar and Mustafa Ali.

While Ali was out of the picture for a while because he broke up with Vince McMahon and his ideas, Mace returned instead to the plans of Max Dupri's MMM, as one of the models of his agency, while instead of T-Bar, nothing's known about his whereabouts yet.

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After seeing the great returns of Dakota Kai, IYO SKY, Karrion Kross and Scarlett in the last few days, there seems to be hope for T-Bar to do something big on the WWE main roster as well, with a real revolution for its character, which should soon be staged.

According to what was reported by the well-known overseas site PW Insider, there seem to be rumors that lead to a significant change in the character of T-Bar in the WWE rings, with a real total repackaging for him by the Triple.

During his last match staged in the ring of the Main Event, a secondary program of the WWE, which aired at Madison Square Garden in New York, the athlete managed to give a great performance that put a lot of spice in the audience, with the fans who have begun to chant his name, likely causing WWE to change its mind about his future.

We recall how before his stint on the main roster, T-Bar had a long stint also at NXT, always under Triple H, with the name of Dominik Dijakovic, with the athlete who had even come to contend for the absolute title of the brand when the champion was Keith Lee.

In a recent Twitter post, T-Bar explained exactly why this was, citing Orton's signature viciousness and an attack on Ric Flair as the main reason. "One time we flickered the lights and he punted Ric Flair’s head off so we decided it was probably best to leave him alone," T-Bar said.