Two more stars are ready to return to WWE

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Two more stars are ready to return to WWE

In recent months, WWE has been pursuing its releases and budget cuts without looking at anyone, proposing cuts after cuts, even for Superstars that seemed to be on the launch pad, such as Hit Row, Tegan Nox, Franky Monet, Karrion Kross and many other athletes.

After their passage on the main roster, it seemed that for the Hit Row there could be the final consecration to the top Superstar of the main roster, with the stable that had in fact arrived unexpectedly on the rings of Friday Night Smackdown, with the members of the team who seemed to be able to be great faces for the future of the entire company, but for Vince McMahon and associates, apparently, this was not the case.

After months at home, in the end, Triple H wanted to call back into the company Dakota Kai, Karrion Kross and Scarlett and also Dexter Lumis, who appeared on SummerSlam, Monday Night Raw and on Friday Night Smackdown. But the returns seem not to have ended, with this night's episode of the blue show that could have not one but two surprises, again as regards the returns.

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Apparently, as confirmed in the last hours by the Fightful site, through the words of Sean Ross Sapp, the two former Hit Row athletes, Top Dolla and Ashante Thee Adonis should be at Smackdown tonight, it is not known at the moment, however, to do what.

In his latest update reported online, the well-known journalist said: "Top Dolla and Ashante Thee Adonis were actively scheduled to be at this week's Smackdown tapings in some form. Fightful Select has confirmed that these are the work plans, although we do not know in what context they want to bring them back."

At the moment we do not know why the WWE has recalled the two athletes if Triple H intends to re-enter the contract as well. the two of them, after the numerous NXTs already recalled in the company or if it will only be a one-night-only return aimed at something on the television screens of the McMahon company.

Dutch Mantell feels that Triple H's decision to get back released WWE superstars is a direct message to Vince McMahon. "Okay, so don't you know that Triple H after Vince had done that to his guys, he could have taken that as a personal shot and got all pissed off.

Now, he is going to say; you did it to me; now I'm going to undo it and show the whole world what this guy has got," said Dutch Mantell.