Nick Aldis was one of the biggest names in the NWA over the past few years and saw a lot of success there. His love for the company knew no bounds, but it didn’t matter in the end. He eventually left the company and after a while, joined Impact Wrestling. He left Impact Wrestling recently as well.

In April at Impact Rebellion, Nick Aldis returned to Impact Wrestling. He was previously known as Brutus Magnus as part of The British Invasion and even once held the TNA World Heavyweight Championship.

As previously reported, Nick Aldis parted ways with Impact Wrestling after the Slammiversary event, where he lost to Alex Shelly.

While speaking to SportsKeeda Wrestling, WWE Hall Of Famer Teddy Long talked about Nick Aldis making his way to WWE. Long expressed concern that he would be wasted in WWE.


I think that there’s still money in Nick Aldis, I think they should be using him on TV. I agree he could go to “NXT” and be a great trainer, but he ain’t ready for that, there’s still money in this guy man, why waste him down there? Put him on TV and put him in a good story with somebody.

They gotta build the guy, so don’t give him to Cody right away,” Long said. “Let him make a name for himself there, let him get some credibility there, let him build him, and then slide him into Cody and you stop by Cody one day and say, ‘Hey, I ain’t forgot about you,’ and then keep on walking.”

WWE is also interested in Nick Aldis after his Impact Wrestling departure. We will have to wait and see whether Nick Aldis will make his way to Vince McMahon’s company.

What’s your take on what Teddy Long said? Do you think Nick Aldis should make his way to WWE? Share your thoughts in the comments below!

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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