10 Wrestlers Who Will Undoubtedly Return To WWE Eventually
Unlike the aforementioned ECW Original, Tazz won't be wrestling for WWE when he undoubtedly returns to the company. Instead, he will be in the same role he was in prior to his departure: a commentator. Or, if they have already met their quota with announcers, they could offer him his own show on the WWE Network or an analyst position on the Raw pre-show. Tazz recently worked with WWE on the new Dudley Boyz documentary that is due out later this year, so he's obviously on good terms with the company, as he has been since his 2009 release was mutual. After that, he went on to serve as a commentator for TNA for over five years before leaving in 2015. Now, The Human Suplex Machine keeps himself busy with his critically-acclaimed podcast and other endeavors, but that doesn't at all mean an eventual WWE return is out of the question. Giving him a spot on the Network similar to what Stone Cold Steve Austin and Chris Jericho have would be perfect if they don't plan on bringing him back as an announcer. But then announcing is what suits him best and his voice would certainly be a breath of fresh air behind the booth.
Since 2008, Graham has been a diehard pro wrestling fan and, in 2010, he combined his passions for WWE and writing when he joined Bleacher Report. Equipped with a master's in journalism, Graham has contributed to WhatCulture, FanSided's Daily DDT, Sports Betting Dime, and GateHouse Media. Along the way, he has conducted interviews with wrestling superstars like Chris Jericho, Edge, Goldberg, Christian, Diamond Dallas Page, Jim Ross, Adam Cole, Tessa Blanchard, Ryback, and Nick Aldis among others.