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Top Free Agent Might Debut In WWE After WrestleMania 39

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• Top Free Agent Might Debut In WWE After WrestleMania 39

Jay White is done with New Japan Pro Wrestling after losing to AEW wrestler Eddie Kingston at NJPW Battle In The Valley. He’s a Free Agent now.

He could obviously sign with All Elite Wrestling, where he has a lot of friends and has wrestled before as well. However, there’s a big interest in him from WWE as well.

With WWE having more exposure than AEW, and with Triple H running things now, many wrestling insiders believe that White could be headed to WWE instead of Tony Khan’s promotion.

According to The Wrestling Blog, WWE is planning to bring in the 30-year-old wrestler after WrestleMania 39:

“Jay White could sign a contract sometime around March and make his debut in Late March or early April. WWE is all in on signing Jay White.”

Below are Jay White’s accomplishments in NJPW (where he was the leader of Bullet Club):

– 1x IWGP World Heavyweight Champion

– 1x IWGP Heavyweight Champion

– 1x IWGP Intercontinental Champion

– 1x IWGP United States Heavyweight Champion

– 1x NEVER Openweight Champion

– 5th NJPW Triple Crown Champion

– 1st NJPW Grand Slam Champion

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• Old School NWA President Would Have Celebrated His Birthday

Today would have been the 70th birthday of Old School NWA President Dennis Coralluzzo.

Coralluzzo was the president & board member of the National Wrestling Alliance from 1993 till 1999.

Dennis was seen on ECW TV in 1994, where he was interviewed after Shane Douglas threw down the NWA world Heavyweight Championship belt and rejected the title, but some WWF fans might also remember him from appearing on RAW IS WAR in 1998, where he presented the NWA North American Heavyweight Championship, a title that was won by “Double J” Jeff Jarrett a few minutes later.


March 5, 1953 – July 30, 2001

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