Jumping Ship: Ten wrestlers who could be switching promotions in the near future.
10 wrestlers who may switch companies in the near future.
Sometimes the grass really is greener on the other side. Wrestlers moving about to different promotions is nothing new; Wrestling promoters would often loan or trade each other talent in the territory era. Here are ten wrestlers who could be getting a new job in the next year.
As the new year dawns, speculation by wrestling fans as to who will sign with a new company reaches a fever pitch. With WWE gearing up for Wrestlemania, and New Japan and ROH having just had their flagship PPVs, the landscape of the locker room could start to change.
Here's a look at ten wrestlers who could be working for a new company in the near future.
10. The Briscoes
Sandy Fort, Delaware's favourite sons currently have a deal with ROH that allows them ample time to work for other federations, such as New Japan. In fact, the Briscoes are part of the Chaos faction, though that is rarely acknowledged on ROH television.
The Briscoes seem to prefer working on their own terms, and an exclusive WWE contract has never been their stated goal. However, the WWE is still the largest platform available for wrestlers and gives them the chance to perform for millions of fans. If the WWE makes a sweet enough offer, expect the Briscoes to rear their ugly heads, possibly on NXT.