WWE Rumor: Top TNA Tag Team To Try Out for the WWE Soon?

Justin WatrySenior WriterSeptember 1, 2011

UNCASVILLE, CT - AUGUST 3:  Actor Jeremy Piven guest hosts WWE's 'Monday Night Raw' at Mohegan Sun on August 3, 2009 in Uncasville, Connecticut.  (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images)
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According to a recent report, Ink Inc. may be looking at their options in the wrestling business.

In the same rumor mill, it is mentioned that Jesse Neal (and/or his girlfriend) have filed for food stamps many weeks ago, and Shannon Moore's wife already works with the WWE (seamstress), so there may be some truth to the story.

It has been no secret I am no fan of the TNA and their business practices, so whenever reports come out that talent be looking to escape DixieLand, I tend to believe them.

To their credit, both Neal and Moore have denied the rumors on their Twitter accounts, but they are under contract right now. Of course, they are going to deny the rumors. What are they going to do? Admit to hating their current employers? No.

Now, you add up the fact that Triple H reportedly wants to gear up their tag team division, and you have even more juice to the story.

My thoughts on yet another tag team rumored to be in the WWE's sights (or vice versa)?

I am still skeptical. I am sorry, but Air Boom and The Awesome Truth are great for the WWE tag scene, right now, but the rest of the rumors floating around have yet to surface into anything on WWE TV.

Yes, time will tell, and there is still plenty of things that could or could not occur in the upcoming year, but again— I am not sold on the big "tag team revival" everyone is excited for.

As for Jesse Neal and Shannon Moore? Meh— they have a cool tag team name, and are obviously alike in many ways, but TNA has treated them like jobbers, thus they are thought of the same way.

Perception is reality folks.

Shannon Moore has had tons of chances in the WWE (many because of his wife working there, who knows?) and never really clicked with the the WWE crowd.

Neal is a relative newcomer to the many fans, so the jury is still out on him.

They are both pretty young by wrestling standards, so if they get a shot at making it in the WWE and becoming real stars? Sure. Why not?

What do you folks think of the "Ink Inc heading to WWE" rumors?