WWE has no interest in hiring two former talents
by SIMONE BRUGNOLI | VIEW 392
Since Triple H came to power in place of outgoing Vince Mcmahon, the King of Kings has had the chance to take on former staff previously fired by the former Chairman, to promote young talent from NXT to the Main Roster, and ultimately have had the chance.
to also modify some Premium Live Events, as happened with the new Survivor Series - War Games. The changes were appreciated by both insiders and the WWE Universe, which welcomed the returns of many favorites: Johnny Gargano, Candice LeRae, Braun Strowman, Bray Wyatt, Dakota Kai, IYO SKY, Karrion Kross, Scarlett Bordeaux, Mia Yim , Emma, Hit Row and many others, not to mention the NXT promotions of Dexter Lumis, Solo Sikoa, Legado of the Phantom, etc.
Many are assuming that Triple H may sign yet other former talents who have worked for the Stamford federation but it could be more complicated than expected.
WWE doesn't want Enzo Amore and Big Cass
In recent days, on our site, news has been reported regarding a possible return to WWE by Chelsea Green, a former NXT talent.
In addition to her, another former superstar could also take the path to WWE, that is, her husband Matt Cardona, whom many will remember in WWE as Zack Ryder. If for them fate seems to bring them both to WWE, for two other former superstars of the federation in question, fate could be elsewhere: according to Ringside News, a senior member of the WWE creative team has confirmed to our American colleagues that WWE is not interested in Big Cass and Enzo Amore: "I don't think so, from what I know WWE has no interest in calling Enzo Amore and Big Cass." Enzo Amore was fired due to an accusation of s*xual violence against him by a girl from Phoenix, suffered towards the end of 2017 and was fired in January 2018; Big Cass was fired a little later due to his addiction to alcohol.
In a recent interview with GiveMeSport, WrestleVotes noted that Triple H and Balor have always gotten along backstage and that The Game wants to revert Balor to his former glory. “They’ve always, always really liked each other.
Seeing what Finn has been over the last few years, Hunter sees almost like a reclamation project, but one that he can get behind because of their personal relationship”. they wrote. A veteran from WWE's PG era could be showing some potential interest in making an in-ring return.