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Former WWE superstar explains why he wouldn’t return to the company

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One former WWE superstar has explained why he wouldn’t return to the WWE.

That superstar is Sawyer Futon, who trained to be a professional wrestler at the ASWA Pro Wrestling Training Center in Mansfield, Ohio.

He made his professional wrestling debut for Mid-Ohio Wrestling as Big Jake South on Oct 16, 2010, defeating Izzy Lambert.

He made his televised NXT debut on May 2, 2013, where he appeared as an enhancement talent in a tag-team match against The Wyatt Family (Erick Rowan and Luke Harper).

In March 2016, Fulton formed a tag-team with Alexander Wolfe at NXT live events. In September 2016, Fulton and Wolfe joined a stable named Sanity along with Eric Young and Nikki Cross.

On November 3, 2017, Fulton was released from his WWE contract without making another televised appearance

Fulton recently appeared on the Pancakes and Powerslams Show to talk about various topics. During the interview, he was asked about his release and possible return to the sports entertainment company. Here is what he had to say:

"It was explained to me that I would be starting from square one, and at that point, honestly, it was just time. It wasn't malice, like I hold no salt against WWE, because I learned so much and I've grown so much as a performer."

"A lot of people have asked me, if they need you to do this, can you come back. I don't know if I would. Not right now. For me, there are so many things that I want to accomplish outside of WWE. I want to go out and I want to be able to make a name for myself... and I want people to know me as a performer, and to know that I can hang with the best of them. Given the chances, it's always been a dream of mine to travel the world and perform in these different places, Mexico and Japan, and experience the culture. I started taking lessons in both Spanish and Japanese, just to learn a little bit more, be more functional as a wrestler if given the opportunity... everything for me right now is a learning process. The end-all goal is for me a great professional wrestler."


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