The very moment AEW became a thing, one of the hottest
topics among wrestling fans was the possibility of WWE performers jumping ship.
For some it was a throwback to the Monday Night Wars era atmosphere, which many
consider to be the most exciting time to be a wrestling fan. Hopes became
reality, when, at the end of the first official AEW pay per view, Jon bloody
Moxley arrived on the scene.
Since then, AEW and Dynamite have gone from strength,
catering to the full width of the wrestling taste palette. Still though, the
rumor mill is always looking for new juicy transfer news to churn on.
Especially now given the recent AEW debuts of Brodie Lee and Matt Hardy.
So who are the other performers inevitably headed for the
Land of the Elite? Some of them, such as The Revival, may seem fairly obvious,
while others are still very much within the realms of speculation. Regardless,
let’s try and answer the question here by counting the most likely candidates.
These are 10 more WWE wrestlers who will soon be All Elite (maybe).
After battling Galactus and pinning Hulk Hogan in the main event of Wrestlemania, I've taken a break from living in fantasy worlds, to focus on writing about them. I'm a comic book geek, a wrestling mark, a break dancer, and a scientist. One of those things may not be true.