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William Regal has agreed to a 42-month contract to remain with World Wrestling Entertainment. This agreement keeps the 42 year old WWE superstar under contract to the promotion until his 46th birthday, reports the Wrestling Observer Newsletter.

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Great to hear, such an under-utilized talent, even if he's off screen, i see him training in developmental or a backstage role. But would love to see him get a decent TV push.
 

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At this stage of his career, Regal should wind down and I think he'll end up down in FCW. The WWE has been good to him through his troubles so I feel he may feel the same way.

I do think one day he'll come back here and have a role somewhere in the country, though something of a dream of mine is to see Regal as a trainer and wrestler in Ring of Honor. That would be such a dream as he has such a lot to pass onto guys regarding skills and coping with the pressures of professional wrestling, as he has learned himself.
 

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Don't have to be Titles, just give him a respect Run, give him a great Opponent like Rey, Punk or Jericho and give him a few PPV Matches, i am sure they would be Classic, give him a Storyline, and when he Retires, he could be a Road Agent or a WWE Booker, he is a great mind espcially for the Business, so i think WWE could profit from that.
 
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He can be a great coach for Tough Enough reality show. I don't see him getting any more title belts for the rest of his career, but i can see him getting Goldust-like small programs with several young talents in the roster like Daniel Bryan, Ted DiBiase, Jr, etc.
 

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Regal needs to pull a Finlay and become an FCW trainer. He's a good wrestler, and new talent could learn alot from him.
 

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You know, I think that he may be eventually revealed as the "anonymous" GM. I mean he hasn;t really been on Raw at all the whole time this "anonymous gm" stuff was going on. He has always played that role well IMO.
 

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He would make a great trainer for up and coming talent, a superstar in the making would benefit from someone with his experience. Would be great to see him in one more high profile feud before he retires.
 

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Good to hear, he's mega popular over here in England. He's so over with us, I know that from personal experience despite only going to one RAW back in 2005.
 

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You know, I think that he may be eventually revealed as the "anonymous" GM. I mean he hasn;t really been on Raw at all the whole time this "anonymous gm" stuff was going on. He has always played that role well IMO.
It'd be nice to see him get attention, but I doubt it. They've already used Regal as an authority figure on at least two occasions, and I don't anticipate WWE going down that road a third time. He'd be brilliant, however. As long as he found a new name to butcher in the fashion of "Triple Haitch" and "Youmanga."
 

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OMG no how could they WWE signed someone over 40 wheres all the abuse for the E for this outrageous action.
 

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Good to hear, he's mega popular over here in England. He's so over with us, I know that from personal experience despite only going to one RAW back in 2005.
damn right, Regal is well over here, the guy's a legend.

I think he deserves the world title, but maybe that's just me
 

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Vince McMcMannequin and Stephanie, for the most part, have successfully turned wrestlers into "superstars". William Regal is NOT a superstar in terms of wrestling popularity, but I guess every performer in the company is considered it, so that must mean John Cena and Randy Orton are Superdupermegastars.
 
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