By Ryan Clark | July 03, 2009
As noted on Wednesday here on the site, Tony Atlas' future with WWE is very much in doubt following the transfer of his associate, Mark Henry, to the Raw brand this past Monday. Company officials plan on pushing the "World's Strongest Man" as a top babyface, which as a result, has left Atlas to fend for himself as he is not being brought alongside him. As of this week, he is still considered a member of the ECW roster, but creative has no idea on how to use him. His contract may be coming due as early as next week as he returned to the company on July 8, 2008 and signed a deal (more than likely a one-year deal) shortly thereafter.
Howard Finkel pointed out in his latest blog on the WWE Universe site that ECW General Manager Tiffany has dropped the "Interim" label from her title. He feels the length of "The Abraham Washington Show" should be shortened up a bit, but thinks the young star has promise.
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