In recent months, many of the Stamford-based company's athletes have been absent from the weekly episodes of the company's flagship shows, with athletes of absolute prestige, such as Andrade, Murphy, Aleister Black and Bo Dallas, who have in fact disappeared from moment to moment.
other than WWE programming, for no specific reason. If any of them asked for and obtained the release, like Andrade, Charlotte Flair's boyfriend, who now could already start working elsewhere, not even having the non-competition clause with WWE for at least 90 days, others still remain in that limbo in which there is absolute uncertainty about their future and the situation is definitely not the best for either party, including WWE.
Where did it all go wrong for Aleister Black in WWE?
Apparently, in the situation involving the former NXT Champion, Aleister Black, it would seem that some good news has arrived for the moment, that the wrestler would have been spotted in the last weeks in the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, a sign that the athlete he may have started training again with the trainers of the company, for his eventual return shortly on-screen.
As reported by the well-known website PW Insider, in fact, the athlete had also been missing from the WWE Performance Center for a few months, with the absence of him which was in fact total, both on-screen and off-screen.
In one of the latest updates reported by the famous overseas site, we read that: "Yes, he was spotted at WWE Performance Center for the past few weeks but at the moment, as we're writing to you, he's not back on TV yet."
Although the return of Aleister Black is purely a return to training activity and not a real return to the rings of the McMahon-owned company, this novelty still gives hope to fans of the dark WWE character, who despite his shy character is always has been highly supported by members of the WWE Universe since his debut at NXT.
We will see if in this great Road to Wrestlemania, the McMahons will finally decide to also use the athlete with the deadly kicks or if his return to training has not changed anything at the management level. WWE currently doesn't have any creative plans for the Dutch superstar.
However, if the reports are true, then his PC visits are an encouraging sign and Black could soon be back on TV programming. Can Aleister Black still salvage his WWE career, or will he also leave the company after his contract expires? Let us know what you think in the comments section.