From the sounds of thing, Kenta Kobayashi doesn't seem like he is going to be signing a developmental contract with WWE after all. He has given the impression that he will be sticking with Pro Wrestling NOAH for the time being. Kobayashi has also downplayed the tryout by stating that it was informal.
After doing a tryout with WWE this week, Kenta Kobayashi is headed back to Japan, where he will be making a big announcement at the next Pro Wrestling Noah show, in regards to his future plans in the industry. Many believe that he will be signing a developmental deal and moving to the USA.
On the Kevin Steen Show, Davey Richards was asked about his tryout with WWE. The newest TNA star stated that he did not want to sign the developmental deal because he was not keen on moving to Orlando. He also revealed that he turned down the contract, as opposed to being rejected as rumored.
For Throwback Thursday, Ezekiel Jackson posted a picture of himself on Instagram, where he is posing with former NFL star Bart Scott. The two of them are standing on the streets in Las Vegas.
A fan on Twitter mentioned to Ezekiel Jackson, who recently had hernia surgery, that is has been a while since he was spotted on television, and the WWE star noted how it has been 28 months since he was last utilized on the main roster.
While he is recovering well from the surgery performed earlier this month, Ezekiel Jackson does not appear to be coming back to WWE any time soon. He has expressed some frustration with not knowing when management will call him back up.
Ezekiel Jackson posted a message to his fans before going in for surgery.
Ezekiel Jackson, who is still listed on the main WWE roster as an active competitor, is going in for surgery. The former Intercontinental Champion has had a couple of hernias lately. He noted on Instagram that he will be training again in just two weeks.
Ezekiel Jackson posted a picture of himself and his wife, before they attend the movie premier of Best Man Holiday.
There has been very little talk within WWE about bringing Ezekiel Jackson back up to the main roster.