WWE SmackDown's move from Tuesday nights on the USA Network to Fridays on FOX is little over three months away and the past few weeks have been rife with rumours on how the promotion are gearing up for the big launch, with all kinds of "big league" stunts mentioned.
Inviting celebrity guests is reportedly part of this, with FOX seemingly reaching out to all manner of guests for the debut episode. One of them might - might - just be the current President of the United States of America.
This is according to Sportskeeda's Tom Colohue, who claims that a source within WWE's creative team has told him that "FOX have asked for Trump," and that said person is "trying to write something short and easy for him that makes him look good."
This shouldn't so much be taken with a pinch of salt, but a whole bucket of the white stuff. It's a crazy, crazy story, and the idea of Trump making time to appear on a wrestling show seems fanciful. Regardless, he is a WWE Hall-of-Famer, Linda McMahon used to sit on his Small Business Association, and the company love him. The crowd reaction would be hilarious, too.
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