Joe Hendry, the popular name from TNA, finally made his highly anticipated crossover appearance amidst the ongoing WWE and TNA collaboration on this week’s June 18 edition of WWE NXT.

At the beginning of the show, Hendry made his surprise appearance, announcing himself as a part of the 25-man battle royal to determine the next No.1 contender for the NXT Title at NXT Heatwave.

Despite early elimination from the match, his crossover appearance generated significant buzz and impressive numbers for the company and even outlasted the debuts of top AEW signees Kazuchika Okada, Mercedes Mone, and Will Ospreay.

On the other hand, WWE Hall of Famer John Bradshaw Layfield took to his X to applaud Joe Hendry and his prowess in music, which put his theme song on top of iTunes charts. Citing that, JBL expressed his desire to have Hendry write his comeback music.


“I never thought anything would equal “Rap is Crap” by the West Texas Rednecks, but @joehendry has done it. This is the greatest thing I’ve seen in years, I have spent the morning watching his videos and can’t love them enough. I have to have Joe write my comeback music. #IbelieveinJoeHendry.”

Moreover, with a strong viewership for his first appearance, several endorsements by legends and peers and the global juggernaut outlining future plans for Joe Hendry, fans can look forward to more exciting crossover appearances that can create more headlining-generating moments from the TNA star.

What are your thoughts on JBL expressing his desire to have Joe Hendry write a comeback music for him? Sound off in the comments!

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