Matt Cardona Addresses Potential WWE Return


Matt Cardona signed a developmental contract with WWE on February 24, 2006. Fifteen years later, on April 15, 2020, Cardona was released from his WWE contract as part of budget cuts arising from the COVID-19 pandemic.

At WrestleMania 32, Cardona substituted for PAC (fka Neville) in a ladder match for the Intercontinental Championship and won. This was the greatest moment in Cardona’s WWE career and it was the only time The Broski held a big belt.


In recent months, Cardona and his partner Chelsea Green have both been rumored to be heading back to WWE.

In a recent interview with Metro, Cardona addressed the possibility of his potential return to the McMahon-owned promotion. He said,

“I’m not trying to get back to WWE. But I’d lying if I said I never wanted to have a WrestleMania moment again, or I never wanted to wrestle at Madison Square Garden – of course I would. If Triple H called me right now, if I had that 203 – that’s the area code for Stamford, Connecticut – of course I’d pick up. But right now, I’m focusing on being the best me possible, and having the most fun possible, and making the most money possible.”

Cardona is currently signed to Impact Wrestling and also makes appearances for GCW and the NWA.

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