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Drew Gulak plan to return to WWE scraped: Report

Drew Gulak was allegedly set to make a WWE comeback on SmackDown last week. But according to a Report his return has been scraped.

Drew Gulak, a former cruiserweight champion, was allegedly set to make a WWE comeback on SmackDown last week. But according to a Report, his return to the WWE has been scraped. The Intercontinental Champion Gunther & Ludwig Kaiser defeated the 35-year-old and Ricochet in a tag team match on the Friday Night event, where Gulak was last seen on television. After that appearance, he intermittently participated in house shows while disappearing from SmackDown.

The Viking Raiders were supposed to face Drew Gulak in the squash match on last week’s SmackDown. But for unknown reasons, this didn’t work out in the end. In contrast, the team of Jim Mulkey and Tommy Gibson was defeated by Erik and Ivar.

Drew Gulak
Drew Gulak

Will Triple H Bring Back Drew Gulak

He has been a constant in the 24/7 Championship picture and, for a short while, has been a SmackDown backstage interviewer. Now that Triple H is in control of booking, it remains to be seen if something intriguing is being planned for Drew Gulak.

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WWE Smackdown: Last Week

The episode of WWE SmackDown from last week was jam-packed with matches, including a gauntlet battle to determine who would challenge Liv Morgan for the SmackDown Women’s Title. Shayna Baszler won it, and she will now compete against Morgan for the championship at Clash at the Castle.

Shayna Baszler

Drew Gulak and His Career

American professional wrestler Drew Gulak is now signed to WWE and competes on the SmackDown brand. He is also a professional wrestling trainer. He has won the WWE 24/7 Championship eight times and was a previous WWE Cruiserweight Champion once.

Gulak was formerly most known for his work in Combat Zone Wrestling (CZW), where he held titles as the 2005 Chris Cash Memorial Battle Royal victor, one-time CZW World Heavyweight Champion, two-time CZW World Tag Team Champion, and one-time CZW Wired TV Champion. He also worked for various independent promotions like Pro Wrestling Guerrilla, Evolve, and Chikara.

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