WWE is always looking to add talented people to their Performance Center. It seems like they want to have Shannon Moore come back.
Moore has been a guest coach at the WWE PC in the past. He’s going through a great time in his career as he recently celebrated a big anniversary in his sobriety.
Canadian Wrestling Elite had Moore booked on an event, but they were informed that WWE needs him. It is said that he will report to the WWE Performance Center on January 27th.
It is with much disappointment Canadian Wrestling’s Elite has to announce that unfortunately due to a contractual obligation to World Wrestling Entertainment that will now require his presence to attend “The Prince Of Punk” Shannon Moore will be unable to attend A Higher Impact Tour and will be rescheduled with CWE for a future set of dates.
After the booking and travel of Mr. Moore’s appearance with CWE was finalized, Moore who is a part time guest trainer and producer for WWE/NXT was informed he would need to report to the WWE Performance Center on Monday, January 27th at 9am in Orlando. Unfortunately after exhausting every travel option there simply was not one that would return Moore in time without having to completely miss the Regina, SK event on January 26th and the seminar he is hosting.
With it not being a viable option to do a drastic flight change from where Moore was flying home from for where the tour would be at the time of his departure and either needing to bring in a separate headline attraction for Regina or not have one at all on top of it, management and Moore decided the best option for CWE, himself, and the fans would be to reschedule his appearance all together.
CWE would like to thank Shannon Moore for his professionalism and cooperation to ensure the last minute wrench in the plans would not be of a huge financial detriment & burden to the company and fans expecting to see him will still have an opportunity to do so on a future tour.
We’ll have to see if Shannon Moore gets a full-time coaching position at the WWE Performance Center. The fact that they’re having him back is certainly a good sign in that direction.