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WWE News: Matt Morgan Sends Cryptic Tweet About His Future

Courtesy Matt Morgan's Twitter
Courtesy Matt Morgan's Twitter
Gone Baby GoneContributerAugust 15, 2012

For a few months now, Matt Morgan has been a free-agent after he and former employer TNA allegedly parted ways in May.

Since his departure, Morgan has been vocal on Twitter about a potential WWE return or at least confirming that is what he wants. Ultimately, no one knows if Morgan has indeed landed a contract, or if he is just simply trolling fans to get some Internet buzz.

On Tuesday afternoon, Morgan posted the following tweet:

The tweet was pretty straight and to the point. However, one has to wonder if Morgan is leading us on or if he and the WWE have reached an agreement. As you may know, TNA and the WWE are heavily involved in a lawsuit where TNA claims the WWE has been stealing talent based on insider information regarding contract statuses and expiration dates.

Since this accusation, the WWE has avoided signing any former TNA employees, including two-time WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair, so one would have to believe, if Morgan is indeed Connecticut-bound, that he and the WWE will potentially have to wait longer than the usual 90-day no-compete for him to come back.

I personally, hope Morgan is not gone from TNA, as while the WWE would gain him more exposure, but would it give him the championship he is longing for?

In the end, we will have to wait and see what happens to Morgan, for all we know he could be the master-mind behind Aces & Eights.

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