WWE offer Samoa Joe a wrestling contract

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Ever since it was announced that Samoa Joe would be leaving TNA, wrestling fans around the globe have been begging WWE to make a move for the 35-year-old beast.

There were reports that suggested the WWE were interested in Samoa Joe, and then even reports that suggested Triple H in particular was trying to push a deal through for the superstar.

But then came the bad news for WWE fans. Earlier this week Joe signed for Ring of Honor and all seemed lost for WWE fans wanting to see the big man in action.

Still a chance for WWE

Well, as it turns out, the deal that Samoa Joe signed with Ring of Honor is only a short-term deal, which still leaves the door well and truly open for WWE - something which reports today say they have used to their advantage.

According to reports on Thursday, Samoa Joe has now been offered a deal by WWE, with wrestling expert Dave Meltzer breaking the news.

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WhatCulture reports: According to Dave Meltzer from Wrestling Observer Radio, Joe and WWE have already held preliminary discussions about the possibility; “I know he’s got offers from WWE. I don’t know the details of them, but I know they’re there.”

This is certainly good news for fans wanting to see Samoa Joe in WWE, but it remains to be seen whether he will accept the opportunity. Watch this space.


So what do you think WWE fans? Would you like to see Samoa Joe in WWE? Leave your thoughts in the comments section below. 

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