WWE has their eye on the entire pro wrestling world. It seems that they have a need for performers in the ring and behind-the-scenes as well.

We previously reported that Nick Aldis and Impact Wrestling parted ways. He is a free agent now, but that might not be the case for very long.

PW Insider reports that “numerous WWE sources today confirmed that there is high interest in former NWA and Impact Wrestling Champion Nick Aldis now that he is free and clear.”

It was also noted that sources have confirmed that Nick Aldis’ name has been discussed internally as a potential producer role. At this point, they might give him a trial.


We have heard from sources today that Aldis’ name has been discussed internally as a potential Producer for the company in recent weeks.  The talk today was that he may go through a trial process for that role as soon as next month.  

As we reported at the onset of the year, there was interest in Aldis, at the time as a wrestler, around the Royal Rumble, after he exited the NWA.  

Aldis exited Impact Wrestling yesterday after a short-term agreement expired.  His Impact run went as planned in terms of timeline, we are told.

While it is interesting to think about Nick Aldis in WWE, it is also important to note that, “as of this writing, Aldis is 100% a free agent.”

We will have to see what happens, because WWE could certainly use Nick Aldis in a producer role. He never got an in-ring career in WWE, but he might use that gig to influence talent for years to come.

We will keep a close eye on this story, right here at Ringside News. Please use the comments below to chime in and let us know what you’re thinking!

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