Former Chiefs DT TJ Barnes tries out for WWE NXT
July 2, 2018 - WWE
WWE recently announced a list of audition participants that attended a stay for WWE NXT in Orlando, Florida, and former Chiefs defensive tackle T.J. Barnes was among them.
Barnes, a 6-foot-7, 360-pound former defensive tackle, Barnes spent 4 seasons in a NFL with a Chiefs, Jacksonville Jaguars, New York Jets and Buffalo Bills. He played college round during Georgia Tech.
Barnes spent time on a Chiefs use patrol initially. However, following injuries and abyss issues in 2016 he was promoted to a active roster. He was expelled during a 2017 offseason and remained a giveaway representative by a 2017 season.
WWE NXT is a module that introduces a subsequent call of stars to veteran wrestling. Barnes positively fits a mold given his size, strength and personality. We do not know either Barnes was offering a agreement with WWE NXT following his tryout, though if he did in fact give it his all, a former Chiefs defensive tackle should design to get a call.
The genuine question: What would Barnes’ wrestling name be?
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Barnes would not be a usually former Chiefs actor with WWE NXT. Onetime Chiefs reserve Sabatino Piscitelli wrestles for that graduation underneath a theatre name Tino Sabbatelli.