AEW, the rival promotion to WWE has always been in the news as it has given a home to a lot of WWE Superstars who had left the company or were released. The likes of CM Punk, Sting, Jack Swagger, Rusev (Now: Miro), and many more have joined the company after taking a hiatus from WWE. Though the working environment of both companies differs a lot but at the end of the day, both are wrestling companies. Many AEW superstars have complained that they’re being under-utilized in the company.
Miro had also reflected on the same recently that he is unhappy with his current AEW run and the latest one to join the list was Andrade El Idolo. Andrade recently liked a tweet talking about him being underutilized in the company, thus indicating that the former WWE United States Champion is not happy with the way he is being presented in AEW. Andrade in WWE was known as Andrade Cien Almas and had successful title runs with the NXT Championship and the United States Championship as well.
Booker T says he would like to see Andrade and Wardlow to come to WWE from AEW
Idolo was last seen in his father-in-law Ric Flair’s last match as his tag team partner. Now, WWE Hall of Famer Booker T has commented on his AEW run and said that Andrade should come back to WWE and he would love to see him back. Booker T also pointed out that the last time Andrade had done something significant was Ric Flair’s last match and has nothing to mention as a highlight when it comes to his AEW career.
The Hall of Famer also said that With Andrade he would also like to see Wardlow come to WWE as he thinks that he is a perfect fit for the company in the current circumstances. Booker T said- “I’d love to see Wardlow, as well as Andrade, come back to WWE because he’s not doing anything significant in AEW — not saying that he’s not going out and performing,” while speaking at “Hall of Fame”. Booker continued ahead- “He’s performing, but you think about Andrade in WWE, and he had some star on him.”
“He had some upside, but I don’t know. I could be wrong about this; I could be wrong,” he concluded that he could be wrong about the assumption, but he viewed Andrade as a bigger star in WWE rather than in its rival promotion. Booker’s co-host Brad Gilmore would then point out – “Both of those guys would definitely fit in, especially Wardlow. I really think that dude, like you said, got WWE written all over him.”