For the past couple of weeks, WWE has been hyping up a revolution in the form of online vignettes on their website. This revolution was dubbed "Revolution X." The latest video, found here, follows pretty much the same premise as before, with stock footage of historic moments in the promotion's past.
However, right at the end of the clip, there is a split-second image of a strikingly familiar face (found above). The person in question bears a spitting image of one Matt Morgan, who formerly competed on the roster with a lacklustre run.
WWE likely noticed the success he had over at rival TNA, thus regretting his initial release.
Morgan would probably not be too bitter after this turn of events, seeing as he has not made any negative remarks towards the company or its workers. If the chance to return ever arose, he would probably take the bait and return to where it all began.
Personally, I don't see the vignettes being solely for Matt Morgan. That would, frankly, be very disappointing.
Many hints are made within the video to the formation of a stable, one to challenge the leadership of the promotion. It wouldn't surprise me if CM Punk was the spearhead of this hypothetical dynasty. He utters a bold statement in the video, clearer than any other audio, and it echoes out with such clarity that it almost begs you to listen. Of course, Punk notably despises the corporate ways of the WWE, especially one John Laurinaitis.
Could we be on the verge of witnessing one of the greatest stables to step foot in a WWE ring? Could that legion include "The Blueprint" Matt Morgan?
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