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Demon Appearing At WM? Reaction To The Club Leaving The WWE

Demon Appearing At WM? Reaction To The Club Leaving The WWE. Will the Demon appear at WM 35? WWE's backstage reacts to The Club leaving WWE.

– The Demon King doesn’t come out very often these days, and has been a character saved for special WWE events in the past. Having said that, it seems as if the company has dropped a huge clue that he may make an appearance come Wrestlemania 35.

The company recently released an ad for the Grandest Stage of Them All, which featured the Demon character. It’s undeniable that WM 35 would be the perfect place to unleash a return of this sorts.

WNZ recently reported that Finn Balor’s dropping of the Intercontinental Championship this past Monday Night RAW could mean that a huge plan was in the works for this WWE superstar come Wrestlemania, and the return of his Demon character could be just that. After all, Balor could be booked in a WM 35 match against Bobby Lashley to re-capture the IC gold, where the Demon could come out, gaining the upper hand on Lashley and his interfering sidekick, Lio Rush.

According to the PWInsider, it seems that Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows have turned down multi-million-dollar contracts to re-sign with the WWE. While how they are booked may be one reason why, another factor could be that they are simply waiting things out to see what the wrestling landscape will look like in a couple months. After all, their deals don’t expire until this September.

Wrestling Observer Newsletter chimed in on the situation stating there are a number of talents who have deals expiring soon, who aren’t rushing to re-ink contracts with the WWE to keep their options open.

It’s important to note that Karl Anderson recently posted a video on Twitter of one of his son’s stating that you shouldn’t believe “everything you read”.

According to Ringside News, some of their sources relayed that many backstage were quite surprised at the idea that The Good Brothers might have intentions on leaving the WWE. While their booking hasn’t been the greatest since their debut in 2016, and they have plenty of options in All Elite Wrestling, New Pro Japan Wrestling, and a slew of Indie promotions, at this stage in their careers, they may want the safety and security (plus, money) the WWE has to offer.

WNZ will keep you posted on any further developments surrounding this story.

 

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