Noah Kekoa signs for the WWE

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Ex-WXW superstar Noah Kekoa has been signed by the WWE, according to wrestlinginc.com. 

The youngster - who has made a name for himself on the wrestling scene in recent time - has been trained by WWE Hall of Famer Afa the Wild Samoan.

Kekoa has gone from strength-to-strength in the WXW in recent time, having previously won the Heavyweight Championship in the industry. 

His signature phrase of 'Just Watch' looks set to take the WWE by storm over the coming months, as the company continues to grow. 

WWE fans will be excited to see the latest superstar take to the ring, however it remains to be seen as to when he will be able to debut with the company. 

For now though, WWE fans will be focusing on the current goings on within the industry, as the build up to Payback continues. 

WWE fans: Do you think Kekoa will make an impact in the company over the coming months? Have your say below! 

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