Triple H has brought in several exciting additions to the WWE roster since taking control of the company’s creative direction. WWE has their eye on several top names all over the pro wrestling world. It was previously reported that WWE has their eye on someone even bigger than Jay White, but the Switchblade’s services are now available.

Jay White wrapped up his time in NJPW after a stellar run on top of the company. He did everything he wanted to in NJPW, and then he set his sights on making United States return. There is certainly interest in his services in the USA, but the big question is who will get him to sign on the dotted line.

The Super J Podcast has just confirmed that Jay White is now officially a free agent, after departing from NJPW. This means that he is now free to sign with any wrestling promotion and make appearances wherever he wants.

Per sources, Jay White’s contract with NJPW has expired and he is set to leave the company.


This news has sent shockwaves throughout the industry, as wrestling fans speculate where Jay White may end up and what his next move will be. It’s clear that his talent and reputation as a performer have caught the attention of many in the wrestling world, and he will undoubtedly have his pick of options going forward.

Triple H certainly has his eye on the world’s pro wrestling stage more than his father-in-law. Only time will tell if he pulls the trigger on bringing in Jay White, but he certainly has the opportunity right now.

AEW is also a contender for Jay White’s services. The company’s upcoming Forbidden Door 2 event could also give an interesting opportunity to see Jay White mix it up with his former NJPW co-workers for another night.

We will continue monitoring this story, and everything else going on in the pro wrestling world, right here at Ringside News.

What’s your take on Jay White’s future in pro wrestling? Sound off in the comments!

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