Triple H Cancels Massive SmackDown Debut

Although WWE has many plans in motion, the unpredictability of pro wrestling means that anything can happen, including changes to the company’s grandiose plans for certain wrestlers. Gable Steveson, a talented wrestler who is currently under contract with WWE, was expected to make a big debut on the RAW brand after winning an Olympic Gold Medal in the 2020 Olympic Games.



However, it was later revealed that Steveson had a physical issue that required a heart procedure, which resulted in WWE having to cancel their plans for a major push for him. Despite this setback, Steveson is now back in training, and it remains to be seen what the future holds for him in both the wrestling ring and in the Olympics.

According to a report in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Steveson is considering returning to amateur wrestling to try to win another gold medal at the 2024 Olympics, though it’s possible he may also debut for WWE in the interim.

“Gable Steveson, who has yet to debut for WWE when the original plans were for him to debut with a monster push on Raw starting at the 2022 WrestleMania, is now talking about going back to amateur wrestling and trying to win a gold medal at the 2024 Olympics.”

Regardless of what he chooses, it’s clear that Steveson has a bright future in the industry, as he has the support of Triple H, who has been advocating for his signing for years. Only time will tell how far Steveson will go in WWE, but his talent and potential suggest that he could be a major force to be reckoned with in the coming years.

Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter has been a huge pro wrestling fan since 2002, and it's been his first love ever since then. He has years of writing experience for all things pro wrestling. His interests outside of wrestling include films, books and soccer.

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