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Former WWE Superstar Neville Returns to Pro Wrestling


Former WWE superstar Neville has returned to professional wrestling after a year away. The former WWE Cruiserweight champion rejoined Dragon Gate under his old gimmick PAC.

There had been some rumors that he would be returning to WWE and that the sides were talking, if they were talks certainly broke down leading to Neville finding new ventures for himself. Right now there is a lot of speculation that he might be heading for NJPW given he has a lot of friends there and would be hotly in demand by the promotion.

During his appearance last night he appeared alongside Eita of stable Real Extreme Diffusion, to disrupt Shingo Takagi’s final match for the group. He looked good in his return and showed little to no sign of ring rust.

It will be interesting to see if he sticks around with Dragon Gate, while they remain Japan’s number two professional wrestling organization, their business has taken a real hit with recent shows down in attendance by as much as 50%.

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