Many wrestlers have been making the return to WWE with Paul Levesque, better known as Triple H now serving as the Chief Content Officer. You can now add one more, potentially two to that list as Chelsea Green is teasing her return. The return of both she and Matt Cardona has been trending in the industry.
The Canadian star was signed to WWE from 2018 to 2021 but never truly got a chance to shine. Following her release last year, she has shone as one of IMPACT Wrestling’s biggest stars winning both the World title and Tag Team Championships.
Earlier today, Green might have sparked some interest into her potential return after she posted a picture of her and top WWE star Charlotte Flair from a match they had on RAW.
Along with Green, her real-life husband and former WWE star Matt Cardona (a.k.a Zack Ryder) may also be on his way back to the company. He recently stated that a goal of his is to win the WWE Championship. Though, he also acknowledged that he would not return as Zack Ryder.
As of right now, Cardona is working as an independent.
Chelsea Green on her working relationship with Triple H and WWE
Despite being released by the company, the Canadian star seems to have no ill feelings toward the promotion or its executives.
“With WWE, I’m really glad that I left on good terms, although I was sad that I didn’t get to fulfill myself creatively as a wrestler,” Green said on WrestleZone. “I still had a great relationship with Triple H. I had a great relationship with Vince, so I am really happy that I’m able to hold my head up high knowing there’s an opportunity for me to possibly go back if they decide it’s the time and the place.”
Under the new Triple H regime stars like Johnny Gargano, Bray Wyatt, Braun Strowman, Dakota Kai and Tegan Nox have all made their returns to the company. Now the 31-year-old Chelsea Green may be returning.
“I have unfinished business at WWE, period. But I would go into it totally different than I did the last time, and I think that’s also the beauty of growing up.”(H/T to WrestleZone)
There would be two professional wrestling companies she could sign with, but Green mentioned that AEW is not in the cards for her.
“I think that I wouldn’t go to AEW, and that’s just a reality for me. It’s not gonna happen.”
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