WWE officials do not back down from bringing mainstream superstars on TV since they can attract more yes to the programming. Various personalities from sports, TV, and films have made appearances to make it look like the pinnacle of entertainment. Another name might get added to the list, going by the recent updates. Hollywood actor, Brad Pitt may show up in the squared circle to wrestle someday and the fans may get prepared to see him.
The popular celebrity is on a promotion spree for his new sci-fi movie “Ad Astra”. Cathy Kelley had the chance to interview him where he noted on appearing in WWE in some capacity. Brad Pitt notably asserted that he’d be open to the idea of attending a WWE event, someday. But he would prefer to be a spectator rather than an in-ring performer.
While conducting the interview, WWE on-air personality and interviewer Cathy Kelley noted that Pitt’s “Ad Astra” co-star Liv Tyler often attends WWE shows with her children, whenever the promotion arranges an event in her town. It was on this note when Cathy asked Brad Pitt whether he would be open to the idea of showing up on such a show.
— WWE (@WWE) September 20, 2019
In response, Pitt responded on a positive note. Furthermore, Kelly wanted to learn his opinion of turning into an in-ring performer for a one-off appearance. The megastar asserted that it would be a disaster if he ever tries to do so. So it would rather be comfortable to see attend an event as a spectator rather than actually wrestling in a ring,
“Oh, you’re talking about actually getting in and fighting? Hell no…No. I’ll come…I’ll be a participant, no? I’ll spectate on that. Can you imagine? What a disaster. Oh, my God!”
adding “made brad pitt laugh once” to the special skills section of my resume https://t.co/a2T7FK6IoX
— Queen Cathy (@catherinekelley) September 20, 2019
The highly-awaited science fiction movie will release on September 20th, 2019, also starring Liv Tyler, Ruth Negga, Tommy Lee Jones, and Donald Sutherland. Following this interview, we can surely expect Brad Pitt to make an appearance on TV, someday especially considering Smackdown’s move to FOX. The new host platform wants more mainstream names to be available on a weekly basis which may have Pitt in the guest list.