Aleister Black On The Issues He Had With WWE Booking
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Aleister Black On The Issues He Had With WWE Booking

Malakai Black
Malakai Black. Image Credits: Twitter

Former WWE star Aleister Black who is going by the name of Malakai Black in AEW right now recently spoke on the issues he had with the booking decisions of WWE.

Aleister Black was signed with WWE for over five years before he was shockingly released by WWE earlier this year. Black was being considered as one of the most talented individuals on the WWE roster. He was praised by the critics and the fans for his amazing performances in the NXT, nobody expected him to be released by WWE.

Aleister Black
Aleister Black. Image Credits: Twitter

Aleister Black On The Issues He Had With WWE Booking

WWE had to release a lot of their big stars because of the budget cut that they had to meet due to the covid-19 pandemic. Another shocking name that WWE released in the covid 19 pandemic was the former WWE Universal champion Braun Strowman.

Just a number of weeks after WWE released Aleister Black signed with the All Elite Wrestling and made his debut as Malakai Black. Fans and critics still believe that WWE lost a huge talent and AEW did not make any mistake but to sign him. Currently, he is going really strong in the All Elite Wrestling. Surely he has a great future in the biggest rival promotion of WWE right now.

Aleister Black
Aleister Black. Image Credits: Twitter

Aleister Black who is going by the name of Malakai Black in AEW right now recently appeared on The Squared Circle Pit Podcast where he spoke on the issues he had with the booking decisions of WWE. He said;

“That [joining AEW] was the immediate thought process. I was sick of it, even before everything went down. I loved my time in NXT, but I felt I did nothing of importance on the main roster. It was too much bipolar 50-50 booking, they would push me and pull me off TV.

“Honestly, that’s [50-50 booking] the entire product right now. There’s nothing really consistent. Everything changes week to week, or is done to the point of beating it to death.”

Credit: Squared Circle Pit Podcast. H/T 411Mania

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