That would explain things. WWE is in a strange place as it is not clear where things are going at the moment. No matter what they do, almost nothing can feel normal at the moment due to the Coronavirus pandemic. While all of that is going on, there is still a lot of normal stuff taking place, which could cause some issues for WWE from behind the scenes. That seems to be the case again.
Earlier this year, WrestleMania 36 featured a lot of last minute changes, including to the Raw Tag Team Title match. Andrade was injured, meaning that Angel Garza needed a replacement partner to challenge the Street Profits. That wound up being a newcomer to the promotion in Austin Theory, who teamed with Garza in a losing effort. Theory would team with the two of them for a few weeks before being kicked out of the team. Although he would join forces with Seth Rollins and Murphy, he would soon disappear from WWE TV. Now we know why.
According to Dave Meltzer, Theory has been missing from WWE television due to an unannounced suspension. It is not clear what the suspension is for, though Theory was named in the SpeakOut Movement. WWE traditionally announced any Wellness Policy related suspensions publicly. Theory’s most recent match took place on the June 25 edition of WWE Main Event.
Unannounced suspension of sorts. https://t.co/TX4oTKzzaq
— Dave Meltzer (@davemeltzerWON) August 4, 2020
Theory had some serious potential. Check out what he could do:
Opinion: I’m not sure why theory is out of action but at the same time, the fact that he is still around is a good sign. Theory is someone who looked to have all kinds of potential and while he did not quite get the chance to showcase himself, he did get his foot in the door. I’m hoping to see him back in WWE again soon, but not knowing why he is suspended in the first place is not a great sign.
What do you think of Theory? Will he wrestle in WWE again? Let us know in the comments below.
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