Neville may be joining ITV’s popular wrestling show, World of Sport. At least if the Geordie’s former WWE colleague Stu Bennett has his way.
This weekend the former WWE Cruiserweight Champion was finally been released from his contract. The exit also comes without a no-compete clause meaning he is now free to wrestle anywhere in the world. Jumping onto the news, the WOS Wrestling General Manager took to social media to send out an invite.
— Stu Bennett (@StuBennett) August 25, 2018
Stu’s call won’t be the only one the Brit receives, however, as there has been much rumor that Neville will appear in NXT UK, ROH, IMPACT Wrestling, and New Japan Pro Wrestling. The former is the most interesting, because most couldn’t name a better replacement for Pete Dunne as WWE United Kingdom Champion if they tried – though it would mean tethering himself to yet another WWE contract.
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