Maven holds the honor of the first Tough Enough winner back in the early 2000s and remained with the company for a few years before he was given the pink slip. He would be let go from WWE and he continued his career elsewhere, but Maven doesn’t wrestle much anymore. However, Maven is now set to make his in-ring return after a prolonged hiatus.

In case you didn’t know, Maven was largely used as a midcard performer, but always managed to have great feuds with the likes of The Undertaker, Chris Jericho, Shelton Benjamin, and more. He was eventually released in 2005 and never came back to WWE after that.

Over the past few years, Maven has wrestled in only a handful of matches. His last match took place back in July last year, when he competed in a battle royal match for Wrestling In The USA.

Booker T’s promotion Reality of Wrestling took to Twitter and officially announced that Maven will be making his in-ring return as part of Reality Of Wrestling 30 Man Last Stand Rumble on March 9th in Texas.


Former WWE Superstar #Maven will make a RARE in ring return on Saturday, March 9th in Texas City, TX for the Reality Of Wrestling 30 Man #LastStandRumble 📍9300 Emmett F Lowry Expressway Texas City, TX 77591”

Maven also previously revealed that the pandemic foiled his plans for WWE return back in 2020. We will have to wait and see how Maven will fare in his in-ring return, as a WWE comeback could also happen in the future.

What’s your view on this story? Do you feel Maven could make his WWE return one day? Sound off in the comments section below!

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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