SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA - JULY 22: Jade Cargill attend 2022 Comic-Con International: San Diego on July 22, 2022 in San Diego, California. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)
AEW Wrestlers Who Would
Be Great Additions To The WWE
The Acclaimed
Max Caster and Anthony Bowens are homegrown AEW talents, but the bright lights of WWE could conceivably lure them away one day, and they'd be a steal for Paul Levesque. The duo are young, but not too young, and have plenty of scissor-themed merchandising opportunities, making them a perfect fit for some tag team matches against WWE’s best.
Jade Cargill
Jade Cargill has shown she can thrive inside and outside of the ring, flawlessly representing AEW on the red carpet and being able to connect to fans when on the mic. Jade Cargill would thrive in an environment where she can wrestle the match she wants without the baggage of star ratings.
Although Wardlow’s focus on power moves is fairly one note and his screaming on the mic needs a little seasoning, he still has some qualities that would make him a great fit for the WWE. His core is athleticism and look, something that the WWE has valued forever and continues to now.
MJF has proven himself to be a true star in every sense of the word, and coupled with his tremendous microphone work, he would be a true catch for WWE. Even as a heel, he's a true steward of professional wrestling and can be a face of a new generation of talent across the business.
Powerhouse Hobbs
Powerhouse Hobbs has the ability to turn heads inside an airport, and though he's found his personality as a heel, bigger business and dollar signs in WWE come with him as a babyface. Hobbs is likable because of his style, presence, and charisma — add into that his size and impressive move set, and you have a WWE star ready to go.