A well-known WWE Superstar rejoined the organization. Omos participated in two live competitions this past weekend after missing over two months of play. On November 4 and 5
the 7-foot-3, 416-pound professional wrestler triumphed against Akira Tozawa in live events. He last participated in a WWE bout on September 10, winning a live event in Virginia against Johnny Gargano.
Omos joined the WWE in 2019. Because of his size, he has grown to be a formidable presence in the business,
and his efforts in the ring have allowed him and AJ Styles to capture the Raw Tag Team Championship. The two held the titles for 133 days after winning them at WrestleMania 37 in 2021.
Omos is a WWE free agent. In August, he participated in a battle royale during SummerSlam, which was his final appearance on television.
Now that he's back in the ring, it will probably not be long until he makes a TV comeback and joins the cast of WWE Raw or WWE SmackDown.
Omos told Fightful earlier this year about how he was hired by WWE. "It all happened at the University of South Florida while I was a college student. When I was almost finished,
one of the football team's young players invited me to breakfast," Omos remarked. "
If someone invites you to breakfast as a college student, you accept. He then revealed to me that he would be dating this WWE man.
Because I was so committed to playing basketball and becoming a professional player, I didn't give it much thought. When I arrive for breakfast,
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