It happens to a lot of wrestlers. There are all kinds of wrestlers on the WWE roster, though you might not remember quite a few of them. Despite WWE having several hours of television every single week, there are still a bunch of wrestlers who have not been seen in the ring in months if not longer. We have a bit more about one of them and it shouldn’t come as a huge surprise.
The NXT Title has a pretty solid history in WWE. Becoming the top star on one of the company’s shows is all but a guaranteed spot moving forward, though there are some exceptions. Not every NXT Champion has been a complete success on the Monday Night Raw or SmackDown rosters. One of the original stars of the promotion has not done much lately and a lot of people are just as surprised as others.
According to Wrestling Observer Radio, there is no update on former NXT Champion Bo Dallas, as the creative team still has nothing for him. Dallas has not wrestled a match for the company since a six man tag on a November 13, 2019 live event and has not wrestled on television since Crown Jewel 2019. Dallas’ partner Curtis Axel was released from the company in April 2020 and it is seen as “a big mystery” as to why Dallas is still employed. There is no word on any heat of any kind on Dallas.
Opinion: Yeah I’m not sure I get this one either. Why in the world is Dallas still employed if WWE isn’t going to use him? It’s not like Dallas is some top star or someone with a great history, but you would think there is something for him to do. We’re now at the point where I would believe that WWE has forgotten he is around. Would it really surprise you at this point?
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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