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William Regal’s WWE Return Anticipation Builds

WWE Star (Via WWE/Twitter)

William Regal’s transition to an executive role in WWE marks a significant shift in his career, as he leaves behind his leadership position in All Elite Wrestling’s (AEW) Blackpool Combat Club. This move was facilitated by his long-time friend Triple H, who has taken on a greater role of influence in WWE. Regal’s new role as Vice President of Global Talent Development at WWE is a significant change, but he will not be appearing on television immediately, due to a one-year non-compete clause that was part of his departure from AEW. This clause prevented him from appearing on WWE television, which explains his absence from announcing WarGames, despite his new role.

As the one-year clause approaches its conclusion, speculation is building about Regal’s potential return to television. However, according to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, there are currently no known plans for Regal to make a televised appearance. Regal himself has stated that he does not intend to appear on television, and this is reflected in his lack of involvement with NXT, where Michaels currently holds the authority figure role. The hiring of Nick Aldis as the SmackDown authority figure further suggests that Regal is not in the running for that spot.

William Regal (Via WWE/Twitter)

One possible scenario could be a cameo appearance, perhaps as an authority figure or manager. However, it seems unlikely that Regal would assume a regular TV role without being given significant authority, such as a high-ranking official or manager position. Only time will tell how Regal’s future unfolds, as his non-compete clause is set to expire in a matter of days. Will Regal return to an authority figure role in NXT, or will he continue in his executive role behind the scenes? The anticipation builds as fans wait to see what Regal’s next move will be.

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