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Triple H Is Confident About Signing Former World Champion

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• Triple H Is Confident About Signing Former World Champion

Could former IWGP World Heavyweight Champion Jay White be on his way to WWE, with his contract with NJPW expiring recently?

While Kota Ibushi might not want to sign a full-time contract with anyone (WWE or AEW), WWE’s Chief Content Officer Triple H is confident that he’ll secure White.

Here’s what WrestleVotes told Give Me Sport:

“I heard recently from a source that the longer that Jay White doesn’t show up in Jacksonville (AEW), the more confident WWE is.”

White signing with All Elite Wrestling wouldn’t be a surprise at all, since he has friends over there and has wrestled in that promotion as well (due to AEW’s partnership with NJPW).

However, due to the backstage drama in AEW, too much talent on the roster with not enough TV time, and Triple H now leading WWE, White (age 30) might end up in WWE.

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• Old School WWF Legend Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WWF Legend “I.R.S.” Irwin R. Schyster (Real name: Lawrence Michael Rotunda) celebrates his 65th birthday today.

As Mike Rotundo he won the WWF World Tag Team Championship in 1984 with Barry Windham as “The U.S. Express”, before losing it to The Iron Sheik & Nikolai Volkoff at WrestleMania I.

After some time in Jim Crockett Promotions / World Championship Wrestling, where he was known as Captain Mike Rotunda and Michael Wallstreet, he returned to the World Wrestling Federation in 1991 as the evil tax collector from Washington D.C., Irwin R. Schyster.

With his new Tag Team Partner The Million Dollar Man Ted Dibiase he former “Money Inc.” and they won the WWF Tag Team titles multiple times, before Dibiase retired due to an injury and former his own Heel Stable “The Million Dollar Corporation”, which I.R.S. was a member of, till he left the WWF for WCW in 1995.

He has yet to be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame, but it’s safe to say, that it’s only a question of “when” and not “if”.


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