David Arquette Announces Return, Which New Day Member is in MITB?
For better or for worse, most wrestling fans are all familiar with the name David Arquette. The actor who starred in WCW’s Ready to Rumble film was eventually crowned WCW Champion in a controversial decision that several fans and insiders alike have attributed to the promotion’s downfall. Aside from a few occasional appearances and in-ring returns, Arquette has largely remained away from the ring ever since his unlikely world title run in 2000, however, that might finally be about to change. It was reported a while back that Arquette was receiving in-ring training once again, but the reason why he was back in the ring may have just been revealed by the man himself.
During an appearance on The Wendy Williams Show, David Arquette officially confirmed that he is planning his return to professional wrestling. After years of trolling wrestling fans online in relation to his WCW title run and subsequent demise of the company, Arquette has promised that he will be avenging his reputation in the business by returning to the ring. Despite the huge announcement during the show, the 46-year-old actor did not give an exact date for when or where he will be competing when he steps back in the ring. Given Ronda Rousey’s success in WWE so far, a celebrity certainly can find success in sports entertainment, so it will be interesting to see what is in store for Arquette’s future in wrestling.
The participants for the men and women’s Money in the Bank ladder matches are now set. The men’s match will feature Samoa Joe, Braun Strowman, Bobby Roode, Finn Balor, Rusev, The Miz, and Kevin Owens are all confirmed to be taking part in the match, but what remains unclear is who between Kofi Kingston, Xavier Woods, and Big E will be joining the match. The New Day earned the right to be in the match, but only one member of the stable is allowed to take part and none of them have admitted which team member will be involved in the match so far. Per Cageside Seats, the answer is not expected to be revealed at all until the actual Money in the Bank match begins.