Booker T Believes Top Free Agent Could Add “Value” To WWE

Booker T Believes Top Free Agent Could Add

Booker T has stated that he believes that Nick Aldis, who is now a free agent, would be a valuable asset to the WWE roster.

Booker T has weighed in on Nick Aldis, the former NWA World Heavyweight Champion, who has once again become a free agent after his short-term run with Impact Wrestling concluded at the recent Slammiversary pay-per-view.

The wrestling world is abuzz with speculation about his next move, with many wondering if a signing with WWE is on the horizon. Booker spoke on his radio show The Hall of Fame, expressing his belief that Aldis would be a valuable addition to the roster.

Booker highlighted Aldis’s maturity and understanding of the wrestling business as key factors that make him an attractive signing. Booker emphasized the importance of seasoning and experience in navigating the intricacies of WWE. He cited the success of LA Knight, who has thrived in WWE due to his newfound maturity.

Aldis brings a wealth of experience to the table, having worked extensively in the industry. Booker acknowledged his star power and global recognition, stating that Aldis’s name carries weight in the wrestling world. Booker had this to say about Aldis:

I think a guy like Nick Aldis would definitely be an addition to that WWE roster, perhaps in some way, in some form. I don’t know exactly how, but I do think Nick Aldis is a name, his name has some value to it around the world, not just in Impact Wrestling, I think you say the name, ‘Nick Aldis,’ pretty much if you’re in the wrestling world, you’re going to know who he is.

What Is Booker T Doing Now?

Booker is currently signed to WWE where he serves as pre-show panellist and NXT commentator. Booker also made an in-ring appearance at the 2023 Royal Rumble event, where he was eliminated by Gunther in 42 seconds.

Booker has also made headlines recently due to his ongoing real rivalry with former Intercontinental Champion Ryback, Booker joked that he would be awarded an additional 15 years on his deal if he fought Ryback.

Booker also runs his own wrestling school and promotion Reality of Wrestling, which recently held its Summer of Champions event which saw the debut of the late Umaga’s son Zila Fatu.

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