Joey Swoll announces his WrestleMania 40 appearance after gym drama with Austin Theory and Grayson Waller

WWE is making some incredible guest appearances in anticipation of WrestleMania XL. Recently, all eyes have been on the famous faces from Hollywood and the music industry who will be attending to grace the grand event. To make things even more exciting, a renowned bodybuilding icon has also confirmed his attendance at The Show of Shows.

The bodybuilding figure’s decision to attend came after witnessing the disrespectful behavior of two notable WWE heels, Grayson Waller and Austin Theory, at the gym. The three of them are literary engaged in a war of words.

Joey Swoll to appear at WM 40 following beef with Austin Theory and Grayson Waller

Fitness icon Joey Swoll recently went after WWE Superstars Grayson Waller and Austin Theory for their verbal conduct in the gym. In a social media clip, he criticized Waller and Theory for confronting someone who accidentally walked into their workout video and also hinted at his WrestleMania appearance. The encounter sparked a storm on social media, with Joey Swoll threatening Theory’s career and urging WWE to reach an agreement.

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Waller took to Twitter to strike back, calling the influencer a “flop” and inviting him to a face-to-face meeting. Despite the counter exchange, Swoll didn’t back down. He went so far as to challenge Austin Theory to a wrestling battle, leaving room for speculation that it would be a publicity gimmick for WrestleMania 40 or a genuine match for the future.

The news broke when the fitness figure tagged CM Punk in a social media post announcing his attendance at WWE WrestleMania XL. He tweeted, “UPDATE* It’s ON… Wait for the end. @WWE @GraysonWWE @_Theory1 @CMPunk.”

However, there have been rumblings that we might not witness the showdown between Waller and Swoll because there’s a possibility that Waller and Theory’s WrestleMania match could undergo some changes.

Austin Theory and Grayson Waller’s WM 40 match reportedly to change

Excitement is in the air as WrestleMania 40 gets closer at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on April 6 and 7, 2024. However, there’s a twist in the tale as recent developments hint at potential changes to the match card. The spotlight falls on the tag team showdown for the Undisputed Titles, where Grayson Waller and Austin Theory are set to feature.

Austin Theory
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Despite securing their spots in the multi-team ladder match for the Undisputed Tag Team Titles, there’s uncertainty looming over Waller and Theory’s participation. Rumors swirl that they might be pulled from the match, with WWE reportedly convening a meeting this week to address the situation.

According to wrestling analyst Dave Meltzer, the path that Waller and Theory are now on to the ‘Show of Shows’ may encounter a roadblock. He said, “By the way, even though Theory and Waller won. It is not necessarily that they’re going to be in that match. They might be. There is a meeting upcoming where they will make a decision on that.”

Do you think they’ll be removed from the WrestleMania match lineup? Share your thoughts in the comment section.

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