Keith Lee is undoubtedly one of the best pro wrestlers in the WWE main roster right now, but unfortunately for him, he had been on the shelf for several months and there was no telling when he will be making a return. Vince McMahon also buried Keith Lee for a surprising reason.
Keith Lee finally made his return on Monday Night RAW back in August of last year as he competed in a couple of matches on the show and then various dark matches as WWE was trying to figure out what to do with Keith Lee.
Keith Lee was also fired last year as part of a previous set of WWE releases, which included the likes of Karrion Kross, Mia Yim, Scarlett, and more. Keith Lee claimed that he paid for his medical bill while away from WWE television.
After his 90-day non-compete clause was over and he became a free agent, Keith Lee made his debut in an episode of AEW Dynamite, where he defeated Isiah Kassidy in a Face Of The Revolution qualifying match. Lee looked terrific inside the squared circle and seemed happy as well.
Keith Lee recently spoke with AEW Unrestricted, where he revealed the important piece of advice that The Undertaker once gave him many years ago.
“The Undertaker several years ago said that, in this life, whatever it is I choose to do, I need to make sure it means something, don’t do anything for nothing; always make it mean something. I think that is something I have especially applied to wrestle in the indies, any match I’ve had I’ve tried to make that match mean something special and that has helped me climb.”
During a recent interview with The Dallas Morning News, The Undertaker stated how the WWE’s offer of inducting him into the Hall of Fame was of no surprise to him. Credit to Cageside Seats for the below.
“This is the second time that I was invited to the Hall of Fame. So I wasn’t as shocked this time. I turned it down the first time because I knew I had unfinished business. I wasn’t at that place yet where I was ready to let go and say that it was over. This time I’ve made my peace, and I’m just honored and humbled that they would induct me.”