It appears that Eva Marie has regained her health, as she has started doing in ring training again. Rather than working out at the performance center, however, she has opted to stay in California and work at a local school. WWE might be allowing that because the school is owned by Brian Kendrick, who recently made a return to the company by working a match on NXT. No word yet on when Eva will be back on the road for the weekly tours.
March 27, 2015
There are speculations floating around right now that Brian Kendrick could be utilized in a match at Wrestlemania, despite not having been with WWE for several years now. Management wants to fill up the Andre the Giant memorial battle royal, and they would like to have an element of surprise being involved. Kendrick has already proved to the front office that he is still capable of performing at a high level during his match with Finn Balor.
March 5, 2015
No official word yet from WWE on the status of Brian Kendrick becoming a trainer for their developmental program, but the former tag team champion did improve his chances with his recent surprise match on NXT against Finn Balor. Management was said to be thoroughly impressed with his still solid in ring performance and the reaction that he received, both from the live audience and from the internet wrestling community.
March 1, 2015
When Brian Kendrick recently worked an NXT taping, that led to a lot of speculations that he would be making a return to WWE as well. That is not the case. Management is not interested in utilizing him as a full time performer on the main roster. They are hoping to get him on board as one of the trainers at the performance center. Kendrick would then work the occasional live event to help the younger talent improve in the ring.
February 26, 2015
Another familiar face that showed up at the latest NXT taping is Brian Kendrick. Just like Rhyno, he worked a match against a developmental wrestler as well. When word first broke out that he was going to be at the event, many assumed that he was just going to be visiting backstage and talking to management about the trainer position that he applied for a few weeks back. His in ring return to WWE is simply a temporary one.
February 13, 2015
A name that many people thought would never be making a return to WWE was Brian Kendrick. After all, he earned a good amount of backstage heat towards him by reportedly failing multiple drug tests. It got so bad that his main event push was derailed. Apparently, a lot has changed since then, as Kendrick has been working a one week tryout with the company to see if he could be a viable option as a trainer for the developmental program.
December 12, 2014