Every day in WWE there is something explosive either happening or about to happen. Whilst this latest news to do with the wrestling company isn't quite as crazy as Brock Lesnar's re-signing, it will certainly interest fans across the WWE Universe.
WWE Chairman Vince McMahon has always had his eyes on rival companies ever since the day he took over the company from his father.
Invading other company's territory has always been in McMahon's psyche, and it looks as though the WWE are investing heavily in this plan again, according to reports.
Monopolising the market
Monopolising the market has always been the plan for McMahon, and on Wednesday it was reported that the WWE has finally signed former ROH booker and NWA World Champion Adam Peace. Now 36, Pearce will not be competing in WWE though, and has been brought on board as a full-time coach.
"Former ROH booker and NWA World Champion Adam Pearce has been hired by WWE as a full-time coach and producer, according to PWInsider. Pearce will be working out of the WWE Performance Center in Orlando," NoDQ reported.
"Pearce has worked as a guest trainer several times in the past but has reportedly just now signed with the company. He was in attendance for a meeting at the Performance Center today."
Pearce is most well known for his stints with Ring of Honor (2005-10) and National Wrestling Alliance (2006-14), where he became the NWA Champion.
This signing for WWE is a relatively huge coup for the wrestling company. Whenever a former wrestler turns to coaching it's a great opportunity for any company to benefit from said wrestler's experiences in the ring, which WWE will now do thanks to the arrival of Pearce.
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