Reason Why Olympians Monster Push Was Scrapped

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The Olympic gold medalist Gable Stevenson’s plans for WWE have reportedly been abandoned after another year of not working there full-time.

Gable hasn’t had a match or a significant storyline since joining World Wrestling Entertainment in August 2021 and getting selected for RAW a few months later.

In an effort to earn a second gold medal at the 2024 Summer Olympics in Paris, the 22-year-old may now put on hold his WWE debut, according to Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter.

“Gable Steveson, who has yet to debut for WWE when the original plans were for him to debut with a monster push on Raw starting at the 2022 WrestleMania, is now talking about going back to amateur wrestling and trying to win a gold medal at the 2024 Olympics.” 

At WrestleMania 38, Stevenson gave former RAW Tag Team Champion Chad Gable a suplex, sending him halfway across the ring, giving fans a taste of his skill in the ring.



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