WWE Hall of Famer D-Von Dudley has confirmed that his sons are no longer working with AEW, as they prepare for potential WWE runs.
Terrence and Terrell Hughes made their AEW debuts during a November 2020 Dark taping. The duo regularly wrestled on Dark until the July 16 taping, their most recent AEW booking.
Speaking on The A2theK Wrestling Show, D-Von Dudley stated he believes that WWE will be a better fit for his sons, under the Triple H regime.
“They’re no longer doing things with AEW. We’re trying to maybe get them to come to NXT and to start doing their thing over here there now, which would be great. I’m excited about it, they’re excited about it. They just need to polish up on a couple of things, then we’re bringing them in.
“I think they’ll be ready when the time comes, when the opportunity is given, I’ll make sure they’ll be NXT-ready.
“I don’t think AEW will be the right fit for them. I think they know that, so we’re all on the same page. I think that WWE now is the right place for them, especially with (Triple H) in charge.”
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D-Von currently works for NXT as a coach and producer. He recently revealed details about his current role with the company, which you can read about at this link.
The Hall of Famer is slated to make an independent appearance at an upcoming show, alongside Bully Ray (Bubba Ray Dudley).
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