So that’s what happened. There are so many wrestlers currently employed by WWE that it can be hard to remember where everyone is at what time. With so many people around, there are going to be a lot of moves taking place from one roster to another. This includes NXT, and sometimes when someone is moved up from there to the main roster, things can get lost in the shuffle a bit. That seems to have been the case again.
Earlier this year, Paul Heyman was fired as the Executive Director of Monday Night Raw after just over a year on the job. Heyman had been trying to build up a new crop of talent on the show, with several fresh names being pushed as the future of the show. Some of the names were seen as potential stars, but one of Heyman’s newest finds never actually made it to the roster and hasn’t been seen since. Now we might know a bit more.
According to Fightful Select, Chelsea Green has not officially debuted on either Monday Night Raw or SmackDown due to Heyman’s removal. Heyman had been responsible for her being called after being fired from the Robert Stone Brand in NXT but once she was moved to the main roster, Heyman was fired, leaving Green with nothing to do. She has not wrestled since May 27, which she recently acknowledged on her Twitter. Vanessa Borne is said to be in the same situation and has not wrestled since a January 31 NXT live event.
Both of them could do a lot. Check out what Green and Borne are capable of:
Opinion: This is one of those situations I can’t get my head around. Green and Borne are both healthy and ready to go, but for whatever reason they are sitting on the sidelines. If there is no room or idea for them on the main roster, throw them back down to NXT. They never made any full time debut, so it isn’t going to be seen as a demotion by the masses. This seems like such a ridiculous situation and hopefully WWE realizes that soon.
What do you think of Green and Borne? When will they be back in the ring? Let us know in the comments below.
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