Karl Fredericks is said to have joined WWE, which would be another huge acquisition for Triple H.
Braun Strowman, Johnny Gargano, and Dexter Lumis are just a few of the performers that Triple H has brought back since taking over as Head of Creative.
However, it looks that The Game is interested in hiring wrestlers that have never before performed for WWE.
Who will WWE next sign?
Former New Japan Pro Wrestling star Karl Fredericks seems to be on WWE’s wishlist.
Mike Johnson claims that Fredericks was spotted this week at the WWE Performance Center in anticipation of a potential transfer to the storied wrestling organization.
Karl Fredericks was sighted earlier this week at the PC; his contract with New Japan Pro Wrestling expired in August of last year.
The fact that Karl has been spotted in the company’s training facility is unquestionably a strong indication that it may happen soon, even though the news does not specifically mention that he is joining WWE.
The Wrestling Observer also says that “The Game” recently spoke with several AEW wrestlers, so we are aware that Triple H is anxious to bolster his roster with top talent at the time.
Who is Karl Fredericks, exactly?
Fans of wrestling who only watch WWE may be baffled as to who Karl Fredericks is since he hasn’t previously worked for a prominent US promotion.
The talented 32-year-old wrestler from Nevada named Fredericks made his debut in professional wrestling back in 2015.
The 6-foot-tall star is most known for his work with New Japan Pro Wrestling. In 2018, he enrolled in the promotion’s Dojo as a “Young Lion,” and over time, he advanced to the position of a featured wrestler.
On August 1, Karl claimed that his agreement with the Japanese promotion had come to an end and that WWE was unlikely to be his next employment because they couldn’t agree on a new deal.
There is no information available regarding what Karl would be expected to do by Triple H if he were to sign with WWE, but if he did, it is anticipated that he would first debut on the NXT roster.