WWE knows that they need to keep things fresh, which is why they just held another Draft. That being said, there are still people that the company would like to bring in, and a few of them might presently be with AEW.

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According to Boozer 666, who has a history of nailing online reports, WWE is “on the hunt” for AEW talent. Right now, they are looking to fill holes in their roster left by an absent Randy Orton and John Cena. Roman Reigns and his part-time schedule also plays into this decision.

WWE are still in hunt for big names from AEW. The board needs new faces in top level to fill in for Randy/Styles/Cena/Roman etc. talents like Seth Cody Drew will be part of that plan + few new big name talents


AJ Styles did return on SmackDown this week, but they could certainly use more firepower on their roster. WWE is on the search for some big names that could pop viewership number.

The Elite’s contracts are interesting. They are all entering contract talks at this time. Obviously, they would be big gets for WWE.

WWE is not on a hiring freeze, as Ringside News exclusively reported. In fact, the company is in talks with about “half a dozen” names right now. It was not noted who WWE is talking to, but they might be affiliated with Tony Khan’s company at this time.

We’re not going to get into the idea of contract tampering, but Tony Khan has addressed this in the past. Obviously, it might still be a concern after this report starts making the rounds in AEW’s office at the Jacksonville Jaguars HQ.

What’s your take on WWE looking for AEW names? Who do you think WWE needs to steal from AEW? Sound off in the comments!

Felix Upton

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