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Star of TV's Arrow, open to competing in the WWE?

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The WWE have a great ability at drawing the biggest celebrities to get involved in their story lines and turning it into some great television.

In the last few months, we have seen an incredible segment between Seth Rollins and the host of the Daily Show John Stewart, a family counselling session between the Bella Twins as hosted by Jerry Springer, and of course, there was that moment from WrestleMania.

The WWE took the world by storm when UFC Bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey was involved in an altercation.

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Throughout the years, people like Floyd Mayweather, Mickey Rouke, Snoop Dogg and Seth Green have all been involved in WWE programming.

Whilst we may see Rousey return to the company again, one man looking to get involved is Stephen Amell - star of the popular TV Arrow.

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Amell was in the crowd on RAW on Monday night in Long Island and was even involved in a segment with a current superstar.

Prior to his match with Neville, Stardust was involved in the altercation with Amell which would lead to both sending a message.

Stardust would send a message to the Arrow following his performance whilst Amell has now claimed that he would be open to playing a part with the WWE in the future.

Amell has said he would either be a guest general manager or he would even be open to a competing role.

It is rumoured that the WWE are trying to arrange an angle for the two sometime in the future, but who knows what could end up coming from it.

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