Meiko Satomura Wants a WWE Return, Omega vs. Murphy, Hogan Update

Japanese wrestling legend Meiko Satomura was easily one of the standout competitors in this year’s Mae Young Classic. Believe it or not, the tournament marked the first time ever that Satomura stepped foot in a WWE ring, and although she was not able to make it all the way to the finals, she still made it far in the tournament and received praise from fans for her work. It appears now that Meiko does not believe her time in WWE is over yet. While speaking with Yahoo! Sports Japan, Satomura said that she is hoping to return to the company for another match or two by next year. If a third Mae Young Classic takes place next year, don’t be surprise to see WWE  bring back Satomura for even more unforgettable bouts.
“The scale and level are completely different,” said Satomura (in translated quotations.) “The fans are so noisy, I want to stand in that ring. I feel strongly that I cannot just stay in Japan.”
As 2019 approaches, fans are still trying to guess which promotion The Elite will be signing with once they all become free agents within the early months of the year. If current IWGP Heavyweight Champion Kenny Omega ends up joining WWE, he already has a few members of the roster that he would like to face in mind. For instance, on Twitter earlier this week, Omega admitted that he would like to take on current Cruiserweight Champion Buddy Murphy in a match. The 205 Live competitor responded with a tweet of his own accepting the challenge. No matter which promotion the match takes place in, Murphy and Omega are two athletes who could easily have a show-stealing match one day.

I did the weight drop thing just like Buddy for my chance. I’d love for him to get back to where he’s comfortable and face him at full power.
— Kenny Omega (@KennyOmegamanX) November 8, 2018

Power is always full! Whether it’s sooner or later, this will happen!! Let’s do it! https://t.co/bsBmEBQl4p
— WWE Buddy Murphy (@WWE_Murphy) November 8, 2018

As seen during WWE’s Crown Jewel event, Hulk Hogan quietly made his first in-ring WWE appearance ever since he was released from the company due to racist comments that he had made on his leaked sex tape. Hogan only appeared once to cut a show opening promo, but he hasn’t been featured on WWE programming ever since, nor have WWE’s announcers made any reference to Hogan returning during Crown Jewel on any recent shows. Bryan Alvarez has since revealed on Wrestling Observer Live that WWE’s announce and social media teams have specifically been told not to mention Hogan for the time being. Despite this, the belief is that Hogan is still back and will be reappearing on future WWE Shows.

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