Top indy wrestler claims he would love to work in WWE

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The WWE brand split is now in full effect and the dust is starting to settle on the new rosters and how they are shaping up.

With a potential lack of star power on the roster and a fairly weak mid-to-lower card, the WWE have been trying to bring in various stars of yesteryear, with Shelton Benjamin, Curt Hawkins, Jeff Hardy and more being linked with returns.

The WWE are always looking for more bodies for the main roster and NXT and they might be in luck, with one top indy wrestler claiming that he would love a run in the company sooner or later.


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Speaking in a recent interview, Ring of Honor superstar - and current World Champion - Jay Lethal has claimed that he would definitely work for the WWE if they came calling.

According to Lethal, he grew up watching the WWE and for pretty much everyone who was a wrestling fan as a kid, working in Vince McMahon's company is a dream come true.

“Most of the wrestlers from my generation, our love for professional wrestling started from watching the WWF," he said.

"So me personally, it would be very cool, even if it was just for a minute, to get to work for the company that started my love for professional wrestling.:

"Yes, I would definitely work for them, given the right time, given the right circumstance.”

So, if the WWE ever need a new wrestler with superstar they know exactly where to look. Plus, Lethal does an incredible Ric Flair impression.

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