It’s already un stable. WWE has seen an increase in stables as of late, with both MVP and Zelina Vega trying their hand at putting together a group of talent. This can go a long way to help get some wrestlers more television time and that has been the case so far. However, it might already be time to change things up, with a name possibly on his way out of one of the stables.
NXT has been one of the best things to happen to the main roster in years. The promotion has done a great job of getting the talent ready for the next level. This includes several names who have come from the independent scene and might not need as much development. That doesn’t mean they are ready for the main roster just yet though, and one of them might be losing the spot in a stable that they haven’t had for very long.
According to PW Insider Elite Audio, Austin Theory may be removed from Vega’s stable in the near future. The team showed signs of tension on this week’s Monday Night Raw and Theory was the only member of the team who did not wrestle on the show. Theory was brought in as a temporary replacement for the injured Andrade and it is not clear how much longer he will be part of the team. There is also no word on if he will remain part of the main roster.
Theory has been a big deal in a short while. Check out his time on the main roster:
Opinion: Theory is someone who might be a big deal in the future but at the end of the day, he is twenty two years old and has not exactly spend a lot of time getting used to the WWE style. Sometimes you just need to be able to develop and that has not been the case for him yet. When you’re that young though, there is still a lot of time to see what he can turn into. This is far from the end for him, assuming he doesn’t stay on the main roster long term.
What do you see next for Theory? Should he be on the main roster or in NXT? Let us know in the comments below.
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