WWE News: International Superstar PAC Is Signed by WWE

Luis Campos@luchalibrelife Analyst IJuly 9, 2012

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On Sunday, PWInsider.com reported that the WWE had signed the British wrestling star known as PAC.

Known as "The Man that Gravity Forgot," the 25-year-old Benjamin Satterly, better known by his in-ring name PAC, has been part of multiple notable promotions around the world including Nu Wrestling Evolution (Italy), Ring of Honor (USA) and Dragon Gate (Japan) (cagematch.de profile). 

PAC is best known for his feud against Canadian wrestler El Generico. For which the two men were awarded a match of the year in 2006 as part of the SoCal Uncensored Awards.  

As a magnificent high-flyer, PAC would be a wonderful addition to the much-rumored return of the WWE Cruiserweight division and could in a foreseeable future feud with other high-flying superstars such as Hunico, Sin Cara, Rey Mysterio, Kofi Kingston or Evan Bourne. 

Presumably, PAC will be making his way to the FCW like most of the talent signed by the WWE, although there is a possibility that he could be brought directly into the WWE's main roster like Sin Cara and Kharma. 

It still remains to be seen whether PAC's signing will be successful or a flop like other recent signings. 

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