Keith Lee could be set for main roster move with Vince McMahon a 'huge fan' of him

Keith Lee

The month of November has been a huge success for WWE's third brand.

With the majority of the roster stranded in Saudi Arabia following Crown Jewel, an NXT invasion occurred on the November 1 episode of SmackDown, and some of their superstars haven't looked back since.

Adam Cole has had main roster matches against Daniel Bryan and Seth Rollins, Rhea Ripley has pinned Charlotte Flair, faced Becky Lynch and won the women's elimination match for her team at Survivor Series, and the whole of Undisputed Era have run roughshod over everyone.

But perhaps the biggest winner, especially over Survivor Series weekend - was Keith Lee.

The 'Limitless' one was one of a number of men who put his body on the line inside WarGames, and then 24 hours later competed at Survivor Series.

And perhaps unexpectedly, Lee was the last remaining man on Team NXT against Raw and SmackDown, and a star was born as he pinned Seth Rollins.

Roman Reigns shows respect to Keith Lee at Survivor Series

The crowd were all on his side as he took down Roman Reigns and went for his second-rope Moonsault, only to hit the man and then get floored by a match-ending Spear from the Big Dog.

The respect shown post-match though indicated that we may see the two fight again in the near future, and the crowd showed their love for 320-pound beast.

Another man who reportedly loves Lee is none-other than WWE Chairman Vince McMahon.

Wrestling Observer journalist Bryan Alvarez noted on Twitter earlier in the week that McMahon is a massive fan and doubled-down on that on the Observer messageboard, per WrestleTalk.

Vince McMahon is said to be a massive fan of NXT's Keith Lee

Furthermore, a source has told Wrestling News that a lot of wrestlers backstage at Survivor Series were 'rooting for Lee' as they'd known how good he'd been for years, and that it would be no surprise if he ends up on Raw and SmackDown due to McMahon's admiration for him.

Despite everyone knowing how good he is, Lee hasn't been booked as an indestructable monster in NXT.

He lost to Lars Sullivan in late 2018 and has been defeated by the likes of Damien Priest and Dominik Dijakovic this year, but even in a loss he excites fans with his ridiculous agility for a big man.

We all know Vince McMahon likes his big men, and Lee's skill-set is so unique that it's impossible not to love, and he could be a pure babyface star for years to come on Raw or SmackDown.

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