With the arrival of All Elite Wrestling as well as the presence of companies such as NJPW, WWE and Impact Wrestling, there is no denying that all these companies will be looking to sign the best possible talents that they can. However, WWE remains the number one company in the entire world.
The truth is, a contract with the WWE will mean more money and a better chance for exposure. But there is the chance that some wrestlers may not even be booked to their standards, as we've seen with the likes of Dean Ambrose.
This is a reason why The Young Bucks and Cody have decided to form their own path to success, by creating AEW with the Khan Family.
But nevertheless, here are 5 wrestlers who are currently wrestling in the independent scene that may sign with the WWE.
Funnily enough, Kaitlyn is the only wrestler on this list that has already competed on the WWE main roster in the past.
She had a successful run in the Divas division due to the fact that she had been Divas Champion, as well as the winner of Season 3's NXT, back when NXT was airing on television as a competition.
Kaitlyn was thriving back when the Divas Division wasn't being featured prominently as most of the matches at the time were just short or squash bouts.
She had left the WWE before announcing that she was retiring from wrestling on July, 24th 2014 to focus on her marriage, clothing brand as well as the fitness industry.
However, in 2018, Kaitlyn made her return to the wrestling ring as she competed in many matches in the independent circuit.
On July 11, 2018, it was also announced that Kaitlyn would be returning to the WWE to be one of the participants of the 2018 Mae Young Classic. Kaitlyn made it to the round of 16, but unfortunately, she fell short to Mia Yim in a match.
Despite returning to the WWE, she didn't sign with the company for reasons that are unknown. But during an interview with Chris Van Vliet, Kaitlyn had stated that she was looking to rediscover her "sports-entertainer" aspect of her personality.
The former Divas Champion also stated that she wanted to "hone my skills" as well as "turn into a great sports-entertainer."
It most certainly wouldn't be a surprise to see her officially sign with the WWE again due to the women's division clearly continuing to evolve.