Keith Lee Reveals How Many Times He Was Rejected By WWE


Hi Friends welcome to C4E Wrestling News Keith
Lee Reveals How Many Times He Was Rejected By WWE Speaking to Corey Graves in a recent
appearance on After the Bell Keith Lee revealed that prior to signing with WWE in 2018 he
had been rejected by the company several times Like many others he started with WWE as an
extra on television This never generated anything for Lee except valuable experience While speaking
to After The Bell the Limitless NXT Superstar explained that he was rejected by WWE three
times before they finally came around About three years in being a wrestler some people
know him as Lance Archer some people know him as Lance Hoyt was in the WWE and said
to somebody that I should be one to look out for Lee informed Then I got invited to do
some work In my case I got thrown into a barricade by one Mr. Triple H and also got poked in
the eye by Shane McMahon and punched in the face by Vince That was my introduction to
the bosses of today At some point I gained interest in that first meeting and ended up
with my first try out That was in 2008 I was turned down In 2011 I did some extra work
and I got asked to come back for another tryout I was also turned down I wasn’t really sure
what I was going to do-wrestling wise going forward In 2013 when the Performance Center
first opened up in the fall I was part of that first class Then I was turned down a
third time so I wasn’t really sure if I was going to continue wrestling Then I had
a conversation with Dusty Rhodes and William Regal and some brief words with Jim Ross If
I hadn’t spoken with those first two Rhodes and Regal I don’t think I would have continued
wrestling Eventually I did enough good deeds and turned a few heads Lee explained that
his current focus is the NXT North America Championship which is currently held by Roderick
Strong but he also said he wouldn’t say no if the main roster came knocking Friends
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