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Re: WWE 2013 - A New Path
WWE Releases Two Superstars
BREAKING NEWS - WWE Signs New Talent
PWInsider has just learned that WWE, after after several negotiations and tryouts with several talents from various promotions, has come to terms with contracts for seven new superstars and divas. The two new divas coming actually are two former WWE Women's Champions as Victoria and Mickie James have re-signed with the company. This came as a bit of a surprise to some, but the word going around is that the WWE needed to strengthen its Diva's Division and went hard at both women, giving them an offer they couldn't refuse. Look for both women to return to the WWE ring sometime around WrestleMania, or a little before.
WWE has been bringing in a lot of former talent as seen by the re-signings of Kurt Angle, Shelton Benjamin, Victoria & Mickie James. PWInsider has also learned that the WWE has resigned Elijah Burke to a new contract. Vince McMahon was always high on Burke and hated when he left the company, so it would seem that this signing came from the highest place possible.
The signing of El Generico a few weeks back brought with it the thought that WWE may go back into Ring of Honor at a later period and that later period seems to be now. The tag team division within the WWE has been, lackluster, to say the least. Team Hell No is the biggest draw, but that's never a good thing when a make-shift tag team is your best tag team. With that being said, WWE has signed The American Wolves to strengthen the tag team division. Add in the signing of Shad Gaspard and now WWE has added two new tag teams to its roster, once Richards and Edwards are called up from NXT.
The two remaining talents that have signed contracts with the WWE have been kept under-wraps, which leads many to believe they are former WWE Superstars, that the company want to bring back in for the shock-value. We will try to bring you more when we get it.
Reported by PWInsider
WWE has come to terms today on the releases of Hornswoggle and The Great Khali. WWE wishes them the best in their future endevours.
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