Former Salford winger reportedly signs WWE deal
Reports suggest that former NRL and Super League back Daniel Vidot has signed a contract with World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE).
The 28-year-old made more than 100 first grade NRL appearances, and signed for Salford Red Devils in 2016, scoring five tries in a handful of games.
Industry press are reporting that he has signed a one-year development deal after training in the US for the past two years.
WWE has signed 28-year-old Australian Rugby Player Daniel Vidot to a developmental contract. He is of Samoan and Irish descent.
He's had 2 WWE tryouts, the most recent being in October 2017.
He's in FL now to sort out his housing. pic.twitter.com/CHhFFD7cJf
— casey michael (@ifyouseekcasey) May 12, 2018
Casey Michael, of wrestling website Squared Circle Sirens, has also suggested former rugby league player Luke Menzies will join Vidot.
Menzies, 29, played for a number of clubs during his career including Salford, Hull KR, Oldham, Swinton, Halifax and Toronto.
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