5 Top non-WWE stars who could sign with WWE in 2019
For years, the WWE has been the world's premier professional wrestling organization. Ever since WWE head honcho Vince McMahon purchased one of his company's biggest rivals, WCW, on the 23rd of March 2001; the WWE has ruled the pro-wrestling industry with an iron fist.
Although other promotions such as ROH, NJPW, Impact Wrestling as well as the numerous other pro-wrestling companies in the industry try their level best to compete with each other as well as with the WWE; most professional wrestlers aim to work with WWE not only due to the excellent paychecks, but also because of the global fame you earn by performing for the WWE!
The WWE's current roster is undoubtedly stacked with several talented performers, however, since several talents enter and exit the company every year - depending on the circumstances - there is always room for new Superstars in the WWE Universe.
Today, we take a special look at a few non-WWE stars who could sign with the WWE in 2019 - besides also discussing which elite stars a mysterious billionaire has brought in for his new pro-wrestling promotion! (Kindly note: The following discussion will include wrestlers who have previously performed for WWE, as well as performers who have never worked with WWE in the past)...
#5 Scarlett Bordeaux could return and work on a full-time basis with WWE in 2019
Scarlett Bordeaux, whose real name is Elizabeth Chihaia, is no stranger to the WWE, as the 27-year-old star has appeared as a part of former WWE Superstar Adam Rose's "Rosebuds". In fact, Bordeaux has confirmed that starting from her first appearance as a Rosebud at the Payback PPV (June 1st, 2014), she has appeared as a part of the group about 15 times!
Well, Adam Rose isn't a part of the WWE anymore, but over the past few years, Bordeaux has gained a tremendous amount of success outside the WWE in promotions such as ROH and Lucha Underground.
Besides, Bordeaux is currently one of the most popular wrestlers in Impact Wrestling, where she's one of the entire company's biggest attractions - "The Smokeshow".
Frankly speaking, as a long-time fan of Bordeaux, considering that her only official match thus far in the WWE is a squash match where she was viciously destroyed by Nia Jax on the December 26th, 2016 episode of Monday Night RAW; it'd be a huge mistake if she doesn't return to WWE and avenge her humiliating loss.
Fortunately for us, Bordeaux is regarded by many as one of the most valuable young performers in the industry today, and the WWE could potentially be looking to sign her in 2019...