Wade Barrett Will Not “Dismiss” Returning In The Ring

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In a current interview with the Daily Star, WWE analyst Wade Barrett went over the possibility of him returning into the ring although he’s positive his future is strongly as one of the voices on commentary. According to Barrett, he ‘d have an interest in a story including present United States Champion Austin Theory.

You can have a look at some highlights from the interview listed below:

On where he sees his market function presently:” I’m not ruling it out– perhaps one day it will occur. If I ever got to a point where I desired to do it complete time like a Sheamus or a Drew is still doing it, I ‘d be amazed. On a part-time basis or an area match, if the story made sense, it’s not something I ‘d rule out. In regards to my future within the market, I 100% see it in commentary. I am most likely having more enjoyable now in my existing function than I ever have in any point in my profession, from the independent scene [to] the primary lineup of WWE and primary eventing programs like SummerSlam and Survivor Series in 2010.”

On why Theory would be his individual option for a challenger: “There are many children coming through today that I’ve been actually pleased with. I’m going to cherry choice one that I dealt with a bit in NXT. He’s young, up and coming and I believe he’s got a big future, which’s Austin Theory. That person’s ceiling is as high as any [in] this young pack of Superstars coming through today. I believe Theory most likely has another 15-20 years on top if he desires it and can keep going, and remain healthy and healthy. In regards to his character, his self-confidence on the mic, his smarts behind the scenes and naturally his athletic capability, he’s a man who might truly go to the top. That’s the type of individual I would definitely be taking a look at if it was to be a child I ‘d action in the ring with.”

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