Another WWE legend has jumped ship to the company's biggest competition.
Jay Reso, best known as 'Christian' during multiple tenures WWE, made his All Elite Wrestling debut during the company's 'Revolution' pay-per-view event on Sunday (March 7) night.
Reso, 47, will compete under the ring name, 'Christian Cage,' which he's used for multiple other companies, most notably then-Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (now-Impact Wrestling) from 2005-08, as well as a one-night return in 2012.
The former two-time WWE World Heavyweight Champion was revealed as the "Hall of Fame worthy talent' promised by fellow WWE legend and recent AEW signee Paul Wight -- best known as "The Big Show" during his WWE career -- during his own debut on AEW 'Dynamite' last Wednesday (March 3.)
Reso's debut included a full entrance with a theme song similar to his previous TNA theme and the signing of a contract in the ring.
The Toronto native recently returned to in-ring action during the Royal Rumble match in January, which was won by his longtime tag-team partner and childhood friend, Adam 'Edge' Copeland.
Reso had last appeared as a full-time competitor in 2014 and claimed he was retired following a concussion.
The 47-year-old is a former World Heavyweight (2), ECW (2), Intercontinental (4), World Tag Team (9), European (1), Hardcore (1) and Light Heavyweight (1) champion in WWE, as well as a two-time NWA World Heavyweight champion and one-time TNA World Heavyweight champion for Impact Wrestling.
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