Konnan Asserts ‘Former Star Returns to WWE’ in Recent Discussion

Konnan Asserts 'Former Star Returns to WWE' in Recent Discussion

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The expression “never say never” is frequently used when it comes to professional wrestling specifically in relation the previous WWE Superstars potentially returning to the WWE. This is the reason the reason Konnan believes Mercedes Mone (formerly known as Sasha Banks) could end in a return, and he has admitted she could be brought back if he were in the helm.

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“She’s a big megastar, looks professional, has worked on ‘The Mandalorian,’ … [and] she’s from their system” the rapper stated during “Keepin’ It 100.” “I said this a couple of months ago, and I’m going to repeat it again — everybody comes back to WWE.”

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CM Punk is a recent instance of this, returning to the company in spite of the negative press surrounding his initial departure. However, he’s certainly not alone, as other athletes like Bret Hart the Ultimate Warrior, and Bruno Sammartino having all put their feet on the water to make a return.

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“We’ve heard WWE say, ‘I’ll never bring this guy back, we’ll never work with him, [and they] bury them on videos,’ [then WWE] brought them back,” Konnan declared. “I’ve heard wrestlers say, ‘I’ll never go back to WWE.’ They did go back.”

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Konnan mentioned that occasionally wrestlers leave and later recognize the meaning of what WWE is even if they are unhappy working for the organization.

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“Once you’re not there you understand the enormity and the popularity of who they are and what they can do for your career,” the actor stated.

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Mone left WWE along with Trinity Fatu due to creative problems despite the fact that they had been the WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions at the time. Since then, she has been working numerous matches in Japan and has also been seen at the AEW’s All In. However, what she’ll do the next time is still in the open, leading to speculation regarding her future.

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