There may be another more indication that Chelsea Green may be returning to WWE.
Ever since Triple H took charge of the WWE, we’ve seen a lot of returns. We’ve seen Dakota Kai, Karrion Kross, also, many new faces, and most recently Bronson Reed. With that, there’s another name that has been rumored for a return and that is none other than former WWE superstar, Chelsea Green.
Now we don’t know exactly when Chelsea Green could be returning to WWE but Dave Meltzer has reported multiple times that many in the company think it’s a done deal and they’re just waiting on the right time for her to return.
Well, Green has done something to further fuel these return rumors. Green has closed down her Only Fans account. So, with that Chelsea Green shutting down her Only fans account, that just leads to more speculation about, Why?
It may be because WWE wouldn’t want her to have it and she would need to “shut it down” before returning to WWE full-time. So, this isn’t like the end-all, be-all hint that she’s coming back but it’s a major hint and major kind of indication that she could be coming back to WWE. Cause, why else would she shut down her Only fans page?
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The 31-year-old wrestler had a difficult experience that was marred by injuries, including a catastrophic one on her SmackDown debut five months earlier, and was let go by the organization in April 2021. Since then, she has continued to improve.
It is becoming more likely that she will join her husband Matt Cardona, 37, in WWE after making an impression in indie wrestling and organizations like IMPACT Wrestling and Billy Corgan’s National Wrestling Alliance.
The person formerly known as Zack Ryder has been glad to hint at a potential comeback, but his wife has been keeping quiet more. So, if we do hear anything about these return rumors of Chelsea Green to WWE. We’ll have it for you right here on sportslumo.com.
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