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Danny Burch Signs New full-time Contract with WWE

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Danny Burch Signs New full-time Contract with WWE

Danny Burch Signs New full-time Contract with WWE

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A WWE Superstar in development who has competed for the NXT brand but did not have a full-time contract with the company has decided to sign this kind of agreement and we will see it fully on the yellow label television soon.

Danny Burch was returning to WWE in 2015 to work on some NXT events losing one fight after another. Two years later, in 2017 he was part of the tournament for the UK Championship being eliminated in the first round.

That same year he will sign a new contract to continue working in the territory of development having something more success and beginning to receive the love of the fans also joining a team Oney Lorcan.

Today we confirm that the British fighter has renewed his contract with the company full time in what is undoubtedly good news for him for the company and the fans who will continue to enjoy his talent.

So far he had a part-time contract, so he could continue working on the independent circuit. However, recently having signed his new agreement he said goodbye to some promotions.

As we say, he has not been very successful yet and he does not seem like the kind of fighter who becomes stellar but he has great talent he forms a good team with his teammate. We will have to see what happens in his future.

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The two fighters, together or individually could join the Cruiserweight division as they will be two of the most experienced names which will undoubtedly help the rest of their teammates as well as the program itself.

This is the second stage of the fighter in the company because between 2011 and 2014 he had the first passing without much success for the yellow mark. Before starting his second stage he was fighting in Impact Wrestling.

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