• Controversial Name Wants To Make A WWE Return For Royal Rumble Match
During a recent interview with Pro Wrestling Sheet, controversial former WWE wrestler Muhammad Hassan (who recently made his return to Pro-Wrestling for 13 years) noted that he would like to return to WWE for a one-off appearance, like during a Royal Rumble match, as he misses Pro-Wrestling, the atmosphere and being around with the boys.
“It would be enjoyable to be back in the atmosphere again. It’s nothing I would want to do full-time, but I’m not going to lie — I miss it. I miss being around the boys. I miss being in the ring. I miss the athleticism of it — the art of wrestling.”
You can watch Hassan’s recent return to Pro-Wrestling below:
For those who don’t know, Hassan’s WWE career (and big push) came to an abrupt end when a “Terrorist” angle with him coincided with the 7 July, 2005 London bombings and this led to UPN forcing WWE to take Hassan’s character off WWE TV.
Before getting released from the WWE, Hassan was scheduled to get a mega push as he was set to defeat Batista to become the youngest World Heavyweight Champion (breaking Randy Orton’s record).
Hassan was written off WWE TV at Great American Bash 2005 PPV, where he lost to The Undertaker and then Undertaker went on to deliver a Last Ride Powerbomb on him through an open stage ramp on the concrete floor.
• Spoiler On Finishes For Next Two WWE PPV Main Events
The next two WWE PPVs are Extreme Rules 2018 and SummerSlam 2018. The main event of Extreme Rules 2018 will be a #1 contenders multi-man match, with the winner becoming the #1 contender for the Universal Championship and possibly getting his Title match in the main event of SummerSlam 2018. Only two men have been announced for this match as of now – Roman Reigns & Bobby Lashley.
“The Big Dog” Roman Reigns is expected to win this match and become the #1 contender for the Universal Championship and face Brock Lesnar for the title once again.
Reigns is then expected to finally defeat Brock Lesnar to become the new Universal Champion in the main event of SummerSlam 2018, only to be cashed-in on by Mr. Money In The Bank Braun Strowman.