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He’s new. WWE has a big enough collection of wrestlers that the company can split them into multiple rosters. That is the kind of wealth of talent that you do not see very often and WWE is mostly consistent with keeping each show’s wrestlers on their own roster. While there are exceptions, it can often mean a lot to have someone move over to the other show. Now it has taken place again, with a bit of a surprise.

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This week on Monday Night Raw, Rick Boogs returned to WWE TV, officially becoming part of the Monday Night Raw roster. Boogs defeated Miz in less than a minute and a half in his first match in nine months. The return came after Boogs suffered a torn quadriceps and patella tendon injury at WrestleMania 38. Before his injury, Boogs had been regularly teaming with Shinsuke Nakamura on SmackDown.

Boogs should be a nice addition. Check out what is coming to Monday Night Raw:

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Opinion: Boogs is someone who has such a unique charisma that it would be great to have him around on any given show. There is something about him that you cannot recreate and it should be able to carry him fairly far on his new home. As long as Boogs can stay healthy, the mixture of his energy and raw strength should be enough to keep him in a nice spot on Monday nights.

What did you think of Boogs’ return? How far can he go on Monday Night Raw? Let us know in the comments below.

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