Aleister Black was released from WWE and he already has a booking as Tommy End. That name could very well be much larger than Aleister Black ever was in WWE. Vince McMahon apparently wanted to push Black, but he realized that his first attempt did not pan out.

While speaking to Oral Sessions, Tommy End revealed a conversation that he had with The Chairman and Bruce Prichard about his status in the company. McMahon apparently apologized that things didn’t go the way anyone anticipated for the former NXT Champion.

Vince McMahon then allegedly made a promise to Aleister Black that he would send him home following his Kevin Owens feud, to allow a restart. Then he promised that it will be “off to the races” upon his return. That didn’t happen at all.

“I had a conversation with Bruce Prichard and Vince (McMahon) that lasted about 30-45 minutes. It was a long talk – but it was a good talk. Again, full of praise, complimenting my ability to be honest with them whilst being respectful and just saying how much he respected my creative thought process. And he also understood that there were things during my time in the main roster that did not go the way he wanted it to go, and he said, ‘I’m sorry for that, I apologize. Let’s do it this way. I’m going to send you home for a bit, we’re going to get some separation between you and Kevin Owens and when you come back, we’re off to the races.'”

Aleister Black did return to television, but then he was released. That firing left Big E without anyone to feud with, but Vince McMahon will find something else for the New Day member. Sadly, Aleister Black was let go in the process.

We’ll have to see where Tommy End winds up next. He will benefit any roster he joins. Right now he’s telling stories about his time in WWE, and he has plenty in his head.

Where will Tommy End sign with next? Sound off in the comments!

Felix Upton

Felix Upton has been writing professionally since 1989. His first writing job was penning advertisements for local newspapers around New York. After selling his grandfather’s pinball repair shop back in 2017, he was hired on for publish news for Ringside News.

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