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The 35-year-old’s last run with the WWE was his last time being sacked in July 2018 by SmackDown general manager Paige.
Since then, he has worked on several standalone campaigns, when he also lost a match in October 2018 of the Boundary Glory event of Impact Wrestling against Eli Drake.
In an interview with Louise Nichols, Ellsworth said he is open to working for WWE again and believes that many of his former teammates will be happy to see him back.
“You never know, man. I’ll definitely go back and do more. I loved it there, I had so much fun and I want to go back and do more, absolutely. I think most of the ex-talent you say there will say the same thing. “
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James Ellsworth In 2020
As you can see in the video above, James Ellsworth spoke recently SportsCydia Lee Walker About his match against Gilberg at the adrenaline wrestling event earlier this year.
The 60-year-old Gilberg decided to retire after nine years in the wrestling business and chose Ellsworth as the ultimate opponent of his career.