WWE is going through a big transition that captured mainstream headlines all over. Endeavor will become WWE’s new parent company as they merge with the UFC. That being said, Vince McMahon’s company still has a lot of plans in place that are still in progress.
We exclusively reported that there is no hiring freeze in effect for WWE. There were some big named indie guys that they passed on signing, but each of those signings were declines for different reasons.
Ringside News was told that WWE actually has a couple of people who have signed with the company as far back as 2022, but they haven’t debuted on television yet. It was alluded to us that those wrestlers are main roster Superstars.
With the Royal Rumble and WrestleMania out of the way, that seems to eliminate some possibilities for big events to bring out a new name. Of course, the WWE Draft is coming up in a matter of weeks, with “every eligible Superstar” in play. Only time will tell what kind of surprises the draft brings.
Vince McMahon also has the power to veto anything now. It is not unthinkable that Mr. McMahon might nix a debut for any reason he deems justifiable. That being said, the phrase “anything can happen in WWE” has never been more appropriate.
What’s your take on WWE’s hiring process? Do they already have enough Superstars on their roster? Sound off in the comments!