Tyler Black Making His WWE Debut Tonight On Monday Night RAW?
Although, it seemed as if the former Ring Of Honor performer Tyler Black was destined for a lengthy stay in Florida Championship Wrestling, rumors persisted that he might not in World Wrestling Entertainment‘s developmental territory for very long.
Last Tuesday, it seemed as if Black (performing as Seth Rollins in FCW) would get his opportunity to perform in front of the mainstream WWE audience as one of the Rookies for WWE NXT Season 4, according to several online reports that surfaced earlier that afternoon.
We would later find out that he indeed missed the cut, and it seemed as if a lengthy stay in FCW was imminent following “tweets” showing disappointment and frustration on Black’s part, which have since been deleted. However, it appears as if Black could get his first taste of the locker room for “The Worldwide Leader in Sports Entertainment” tonight.
Black himself, has hinted earlier today that he will be in attendance at the WWE Monday Night RAW taping tonight in Louisville, Kentucky to his fans.
“Read Lenny Bruce is Dead on the way to Louisville,” Tyler Black wrote on his official Twitter account earlier today, hinting his arrival at the Monday Night RAW taping. “Hard to take much away from it, but it was entertaining. Anyone read it?”
Tyler also hinted that maybe his presence in Kentucky tonight could mean something, with another interesting “tweet” from the 24-year-old performer.
Should Tyler Black Make His WWE Debut So Early?
“Things are about to get interesting,” the former ROH World Champion also insisted on Twitter late last night.
Although it isn’t out the question that Black could possibly make his debut on the main active roster of World Wrestling Entertainment, it seems unlikely. The most likely scenario would seem to be a dark match prior to the event, similar to various other talent in the past.
Other developmental performers recently working dark matches and live event house shows include monstrous competitors, Jackson Andrews and reigning FCW Heavyweight Champion, Mason Ryan.
Contributing author Christopher Dunfee is a feature writer for Force Of Wrestling and covers professional wrestling organizations World Wrestling Entertainment and Total Nonstop Action Wrestling. To contact Christopher for radio appearances or any other media inquiries, be sure to contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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