There may very well be some brand new recruits coming to the WWE Performance Center very soon. It has been rumored for months now that Raymond Rowe and his tag team partner Hanson are on their way to NXT. War Machine have been competing in their final matches for several different independent promotions lately. Footage was recently captured of Warbeard Hanson bidding farewell to Chaotic Wrestling. War Machine recently competed in their final New Japan Pro Wrestling match at the Wrestle Kingdom 12 event, and rumors continue to circulate and suggest that it is only a matter of time before both men appear in WWE as part of NXT.
BREAKING: Warbeard Hanson Confirms his departure from Independent Wrestling at @ChaoticWrestlin
War Machine expected to report to #WWENXT #WWE #NXTTakeOver pic.twitter.com/N87lxT2mes
— The New Age Insiders (@NewAgeInsiders) January 13, 2018
On the subject of future WWE performers, another top independent wrestling superstar said his goodbyes to the world of independent wrestling recently. Ricochet is reportedly on his way to WWE, and several fans have assumed to that he will be positioned as one of the top stars on the NXT brand if he ever does arrive there. After a match against Chuck Taylor at a recent PWG show, Ricochet bid the crowd farewell with an emotional and heartfelt speech. Ricochet is often cited as one of the most unique and talented wrestlers in the world today. Expect to see War Machine and Ricochet achieve great success if it is in their destiny to begin working with WWE soon.
The entire #PWG locker room has emptied out to say goodbye to @KingRicochet.
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— Capt. Jack Heartless (@JackHeartless) January 13, 2018
WWE has been making a tremendous effort to improve their women’s wrestling division over the past few years. Recently, we have witnessed women compete in Hell in a Cell matches, Money in the Bank matches, and the women will soon face off in a Royal Rumble match in just a matter of weeks. WWE recently posted an article on their website outlining what they hope to see in 2018. One idea that was mentioned was the addition of women’s tag team titles. The women of the WWE roster currently only compete for either the Raw or Smackdown Women’s Championships, so the addition of new belts would definitely provide more for the female stars to fight for. Feel free to check out the article Here.