Ken Anderson, also known as Mr. Kennedy in WWE, was considered one of the rising stars in Vince McMahon’s company until his release in 2009. The charismatic talker was known for performing his own ring announcement and battling against the likes of The Undertaker and Batista. After taking a brief break from wrestling, Anderson is looking to get back into the swing of things.

During his appearance on “Insight with Chris Van Vliet,” the former WWE star revealed his intentions to return to wrestling. He was also asked whether he would consider utilizing his mic skills as a manager in WWE.

I’m really starting to get back into it. I have so many great students, they’re sort of fueling that passion for me again … I plan on taking more bookings coming up here. I’m not done, for sure.

After his departure from WWE, Anderson would wrestle for six years in TNA. He won the TNA World Heavyweight Championship at the 2011 PPV Genesis. Regarding coming back to WWE as a manager, Anderson gave an interesting answer.

would like something like that, for sure.

Anderson reportedly was fired from WWE after dropping Randy Orton on his head during a match. Although Anderson claimed to have done no wrong, Orton and John Cena argued that the former Money in the Bank winner was unsafe. Anderson admitted to feeling “bitter” following his WWE departure.

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Joshua Jones

Joshua Jones is a writer for both Thirsty for News and Ringside News. He's been a wrestling fan since 2004 and has always tuned into Monday Night Raw.

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