WWE is an interesting company to be in. One day you’re a random backstage individual and the next day, you’re a main-event Superstar.
The COVID-19 outbreak in NXT caused WWE to nix RAW Underground all of a sudden. The fight club themed segments haven’t aired for two weeks and a few underground talents have been drafted to RAW/SmackDown as well.
Fightful reports that WWE had plans for Jordan Omogbehin to become the enforcer for AJ Styles on RAW.
Omogbehin previously featured as the Big Ninja in Akira Tozawa’s gang and was seen portraying the role of the RAW Underground bouncer.
Born in Lagos, Nigeria, Omogbehin was previously a college basketball player for the University of South Florida and for Morgan State University. In October 2018, Omogbehin signed with WWE.
Omogbehin, 26, was in the same Performance Center recruitment class as Matt Riddle, Mia Yim, and Damian Priest.
Vince McMahon’s fondness for men of big stature could practically lead to a headstart for Omogbehin on RAW or SmackDown.
WWE already has some big men in the mix and Omogbehin could be the next big thing in the business should Mr. McMahon provide him with the opportunity to showcase his talents in the ring.