WWE News: This latest WWE news is regarding the Tokyo Olympics Gold medalist Gable Stevenson. On September 4, Stevenson took to Twitter and teased that he might have signed a contract but didn’t reveal where. He wrote, “Just put the pen to paper…” Check the post below,
WWE News: Has Tokyo Olympic Gold Medalist Gable Stevenson already inked a deal with WWE? Check details
Just put the pen to paper… ✍🏽
— Gable Steveson (@GableSteveson) September 4, 2021
As per the post, Gable Stevenson has not cleared his stance for which promotion he has inked the deal. However, according to Dave Meltzer of F4Wonline, his next destination could reportedly be WWE.
WWE News: Gable Stevenson has been a hot property ever since winning Gold in Tokyo Olympics
Gable Stevenson etched his name in the history books when he won the Gold in freestyle Wrestling in the recently concluded Tokyo Olympics. The 21-year old has been one of the hottest newbies who is in talks to strike a deal with either pro-wrestling companies, UFC or NFL.
Gable Stevenson has been in talks with Dana White of the UFC, as she wants him to grace the octagon for good. Recently his brother Bobby Stevenson also got selected in the Las Vegas WWE Tryouts held on the Summerslam weekend, along with The Usos brother and Roman Reigns’ cousin Joseph Fatu. Bobby was among the six recruits hired by WWE for further conditioning and training at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida.
WWE News: Gable Stevenson met Vince McMahon at Summerslam
The Olympic Gold medalist made a brief appearance at last month’s Summerslam. He along with fellow American Gold medalists Tamyra Mensah-Stock, made their way to the ring at Summerslam to acknowledge the crowd at the Allegiant Stadium.
Gable was clicked with WWE Chairman Vince McMahon, who was present backstage at the PPV event, and the rumors of Gable joining WWE started to flourish after the picture got viral on social media. We will share the final update on whether Gable Stevenson has actually joined the company or not. Till then, keep reading WWE news.