Two More Ex-WWE Stars Make AEW Debuts

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With many former WWE Superstars making it to the AEW roster, two more have made their debut for the company at the recent Dark taping.

MJF commented on the influx of high-profile WWE imports to All Elite Wrestling during his infamous promo where he laid the law down to AEW President, Tony Khan. CM Punk, Bryan Danielson, Jon Moxley, Miro, Malakai Black, Buddy Matthews, Ruby Soho, Tay Melo, Keith Lee, Swerve Strickland, and PAC are among a few names that have seemingly swapped sports entertainment for pro wrestling in the last three years.

Now at the most recent tapings for AEW Dark, two more ex-WWE names have made their debuts for AEW, and now is the time to look elsewhere if you want to avoid spoilers.

Levis Valenzuela was in action at the tapings as he teamed with Vary Morales in a loss to The Iron Savages – the team formerly known as Bear Country. The name Levis Valenzuela may not be familiar to WWE fans, but they will know him better as the fun-loving No Way Jose.

Another former NXT star was in action on the show as Westin Blake took on Daniel Garcia. Blake is best known for his time in NXT as one-half of the Blake and Murphy tag team alongside the aforementioned Buddy Matthews. Blake was also part of the short-lived Forgotten Sons stable in WWE alongside Steve Cutler and Jaxson Ryker.