As we previously reported here on eWn, Madi Wrenkowski is rumored to be heading to WWE.
In what will surely add fuel to the fire regarding those rumors, Wrenkowski vacated the Mission Pro Wrestling Tag Team Championships over the weekend.
It was reported last month that Wrenkowski has signed a developmental contract with WWE.
As of this writing, there’s no word on when Wrenkowski will report to the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, FL.
— Cody Nichols (@AllEliteCody) December 10, 2023
In other news, Maven recently took to his YouTube channel to comment on taking a steel chair guillotine from the Undertaker back in 2002. The former Tough Enough winner said,
“After the Rumble, I found myself involved in a championship match with Chris Jericho. So [we] go through the entire match and at the end, Undertaker came out to ruin my night. I found myself on the outside of the ring with The Undertaker, a place I did not want to be, and he took a chair, put it up against my throat, rared me back, and jammed me down on it. To everyone, it looked absolutely devastating. I’ll be perfectly honest with you, going over it during the day, it felt like it was going to be devastating until I learned the secret.”
He continued, “The secret to that chair shot is holding the chair with both hands on either side. Because as I’m holding the chair, and he’s raring me back, ‘Taker looks like he’s keeping the chair pinned directly to my throat when the whole time I’m the one controlling it as he brings me down onto the ground. I’m controlling how close most of my neck actually gets to the top edge of that chair and after impact, my throat never even hit the lip of that chair. What really sold it what really told the entire crowd and the people at home that I was hurt was the throat. Again, I was able to control that because I had both hands on that chair the entire time. Realistically, it was one of the easiest bumps of my life.”