As we have repeatedly reported on our WorldWrestling news board, several NXT athletes had been silently drafted into the main roster over the course of the year, with several names of well-known characters from the WWE Universe and beyond, who had disappeared in the nothing overnight, with the latest online rumors talking about a draft that never materialized with an on-screen appearance of the aforementioned athletes.
Among the many who disappeared from NXT but also from the main roster, the names of Dominik Dijakovic, Chelsea Green, Vanessa Bourne and Santana Garrett, who had all been moved from the yellow show roster, only to have to appear in the Raw or SmackDown rings, stood out.
but who after months still remained in the oblivion of the meanders of the WWE, like Dijakovic, who eventually reappeared by surprise (but not so much), as a member of the Retribution on Monday Night Raw, only after some time.
After almost a full year with no on-screen appearance, Matt Cardona's partner, former WWE Zack Ryder, has finally reappeared on Stamford's federation TV screens in the latest episode of SmackDown that aired on Friday night, featuring Chelsea Green who became the protagonist before a backstage angle together with Natalya and Adam Pearce and then instead took part in a match valid for a place in the team of the blue show for the Survivor Series.
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After expressing all her being bitter about having to compete for a place in the team match of the Series, Natalya was mocked by the smile of Chelsea Green, who appeared behind Adam Pearce in the backstage of SmackDown, with the official.
of WWE who immediately took the ball to insert the former NXT athlete in the match between Natalya, Liv Morgan and Tamina, valid for one of the places in the assignment of the Smackdown women's team for the Big Four on November 22.
In the end, however, Liv Morgan thought of winning the match, who was classified as the third member of the blue team in the famous team match of the PPV. Since March, most of WWE's programming has been airing from the state, with most RAW, SmackDown and PPV events taking place inside the Performance Centre or the ThunderDome.
For WrestleMania though, Vince McMahon wants to do something different and according to reports, changing the venue isn't the only thing he's looking to do. WrestleVotes claims that there have been internal discussions about pushing 'Mania back a few weeks in order to get fans in attendance.
"There has been internal discussions about moving the scheduled date of WrestleMania from 3/28 to 4/11 or even 4/18," they tweeted.