That’s a different way to go. Every now and then, WWE presents an angle that seems like it could be interesting and then has to drop it for one reason or another. Sometimes these reasons are out of their control and that can make things all the more frustrating. That was the case with a recent story that could have gone somewhere, and now we know what kind of idea was rejected.
Back in February, Ric Flair started some sort of relationship with Lacey Evans, which may or may not have been romantic. That is the kind of thing that could go in a variety of directions, many of which could have been more than a little interesting. However, Evans’ real life pregnancy cut the story off in a hurry. Now we know another direction the story might have taken.
In an interview with Lucha Libre Online, Andrade revealed that he was supposed to be part of the storyline involving Flair, Evans and Charlotte, but the story was ended before he could get involved. It is not clear what role Andrade would have played in the story or where it would have gone. Andrade was released from WWE earlier this month after not being used on television in over five months.
This could have been a heck of a story. Check out what was going on before Andrade could come in:
Opinion: I would have been curious to see where this would have gone as Andrade could have added something to the story. If nothing else, Andrade could have helped take it in a new direction aside from just having Charlotte beat up Evans over and over. I would say it was a shame that the story was canceled but Evans being pregnant is not something that I would call a negative.
Thomas Hall has been a wrestling fan for over thirty years and has seen over 50,000 wrestling matches. He has also been a wrestling reviewer since 2009 with over 5,000 full shows covered. You can find his work at kbwrestlingreviews.com, or check out his- Amazon author page with 30 wrestling books.
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