As we are a month and a half away from the end of 2018, a lot of pro wrestlers will become free agents.
Some have contracts expiring the minute 2019 starts while others may have signed contracts that extend through a part of 2019.
One thing is for sure - as other promotions gain steam globally (ROH, NJPW, AAA), WWE will try to sign as many talents as they can. The competition makes every promotion's product better.
Like any business, WWE will likely want to stop these wrestlers from going to another promotion. It will likely hurt the competition while also making themselves much better in the process.
A lot of the following wrestlers have been on the WWE radar for years while some have come to the forefront in 2018.
Some may go to NXT first while others might jump to the main roster. Not everyone on this list is guaranteed to be in WWE in 2019, but a few just might be.
Whatever the case may turn out to be, we should strap ourselves in for what will be a rumour-filled, highly-contested end of 2018 in the pro-wrestling free agency.
2019 just might be the year we can say Pentagon Jr or Kenny Omega is a WWE superstar.
Rosemary hasn't been seen on Impact very much lately, but she was part of a vignette with Allie in the Underworld at Bound For Glory.
Rosemary's character is something WWE doesn't currently have and it is completely different from anything they've ever done with a female performer.
Many have clamoured for her to be Sister Abigail, but she shouldn't be pigeonholed into that role.
Her character work is already light years ahead of a lot of ladies on the roster (Tamina, Carmella, Mickie James, Liv Morgan, Sarah Logan) and she's a legitimate threat in the ring.
She's not perfect in the ring, but she's a lot better currently than the likes of Lana, Mandy Rose, Liv Morgan and Alicia Fox.
She's even been in some hardcore matches, so if you don't want to hurt one of the franchise players (Charlotte, Alexa Bliss, Ronda) in a TLC match, Rosemary is your answer.
She has previously stated that she is happy in Impact and in the other independent promotions in which she competes.
But you never know - the offer might be too much to refuse.