WWE has a lot of plans in the pipeline, but they don’t have time for everyone on television. Some Superstars are also absent for other reasons, and many fans have wondered what is going on with a few of them. It appears that fans may not have to wait long to see one absent Superstar’s plan.

Xyon Quinn was drafted as free agent during the 2023 WWE Draft, but he hasn’t been medically cleared for a bit. That was quite a surprise, because he still needed some work in NXT before a lot of people saw him as main roster ready.

Sadly, Xyon Quinn has been absent from any WWE television for a while. Now, we have finally heard from him, and it seems that he is planning his return to the ring.

Along with a video of himself doing some work, Xyon Quinn also said that he is ready for a fresh start in 2024. He could certainly use one, because Quinn’s absence from WWE television is still going.


Xyon Quinn’s last television appearance and match went down on the May 15th episode of WWE Raw, where he participated in the number one contender’s battle royale for the Intercontinental Championship. He did not win that match, and he was really on in the match to fill things out.

Quinn, indicating a potential return to television, teased the WWE Universe with the caption, “See you soon, WWE Universe.” Only time will tell what that means, but he could know something that we don’t.

Xyon Quinn has an incredible look, and he could break out into WWE with a lot of momentum at this point. He certainly seems ready for whatever WWE has in store for him.


What’s your take on Xyon Quinn’s potential in WWE? Should they have used him at this point? Let us know what you think in the comments!

Felix Upton

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