Who Will Be the Next WWE Superstar to Sign and Appear in AEW?


The wrestling world is still talking about Jon Moxley (aka Dean Ambrose) jumping over to AEW and for an oddsmaker like myself I thought ‘Who’ could be next?  Let’s face the facts here, World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) is under major threat in the highly competitive wrestling business and all the competitors like the new AEW, Impact Wrestling, Ring of Honor, and even Japan Pro Wrestling could be landing spots if WWE talent wants to move on.

I’m hearing from my wrestling sources that many WWE Superstars are unhappy with the direction the company is going even with the new TV contract with FOX. AEW just sign a television deal with TNT and their product is on the rise so why not think about some big name WWE athletes jumping ship.

Moxley left the WWE because he was frustrated with the WWE creative team and if he was frustrated you know there are probably a handful of WWE wrestlers in the same boat. If you believe everything social media posts then you are believing that Goldberg and CM Punk, will be on TNT soon but don’t count on those two anytime soon.

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Down below are the current odds I posted over at MyBookie and I believe someone on that list will jump and will be performing on TNT for AEW in the near future. It wouldn’t shock me to see two or three on that list be full-time members of AEW by the holidays.

It’s not ‘If’ someone from the WWE will jump ship and sign with AEW but it’s ‘When’ will the next WWE sign with AEW.

Who Will Be the Next WWE Superstar to Sign and Appear in AEW?

Odds Provided MyBookie.ag

Dolph Ziggler +170

Finn Balor +250

Luke Harper +400

Shinsuke Nakamura +450

Zack Ryder +650

The Revival +800

Gallows and Anderson +900

Rusev +1000

Sasha Banks +1000

The Field +450

– Raphael Esparza is a writer/handicapper for Doc’s Sports Service and he is an Oddsmaker Consultant for MyBookie.ag. Like and follow him @VSIDocsports and his Wrestling Odds @BetCelebs


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