Mr. Kennedy had a bright future in WWE, as many felt he was going to be the next big thing in the company. He had a rocket strapped to his back and was destined for superstardom. In fact, he was even set to beat The Undertaker for the World Title. Things are different now, as Kennedy is no longer part of the company. That being said, he decided to shock fans by unveiling a bald look recently.

Ken Kennedy had an impressive undefeated streak in 2006 and was subsequently given the opportunity to win the Money in the Bank contract. However, despite his initial success, a series of injuries and behind-the-scenes issues ultimately hindered his upward trajectory in the industry.

Despite this, he was able to achieve a career highlight by winning the Money in the Bank match at WrestleMania 23, earning him the Mr. Money in the Bank moniker. Unfortunately, another injury ruined his chances after that.

Following his WWE departure, Kennedy made his way to Impact Wrestling, where he became a huge star, feuding with the likes of Kurt Angle and more. He also won the Impact World Championship, which fans approved of.

A fan recently took to Twitter and uploaded a photo of herself standing with Mr. Kennedy, who was sporting a bald look, and Enzo Amore, who is still NZO. Naturally, he looked almost unrecognizable in the photo.

Thank you@TheWrestlingUni for having me.

Mr. Kennedy still regrets not arguing against WWE’s decision to give his Money In The Bank briefcase to Edge. Kennedy was also training Gable Steveson for his WWE in-ring debut, but that still hasn’t happened and might not anytime soon. Regardless, fans wonder whether Kennedy will ever return to WWE. You can check out the photo below.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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