TNT (Terrence & Terrell Hughes) discuss their communication with WWE coaches, hope they can take ‘next step’ in 2023

The duo were asked if they can see themselves in WWE.

Episode #302 of Straight Talk Wrestling featured an interview with TNT (Terrence & Terrell Hughes), the sons of D-Von Dudley. 

As the conversation rolled on, Terrence and Terrell were asked if they can see themselves in WWE and has their been communication between the two sides.

Terrell shared that they’re consistently in communication with the coaches there and he’s looking at 2023 possibly being the year they take the ‘next step’. Looking back at their past work, Terrell does not think they would have been ready then but feels now is a good time to take that step. 

Terrell: I mean, no matter what, we always stay in contact with some of the coaches there (at WWE). I send matches to them via email. So we’ve had a couple tryouts, we’ve gotten feedback. Now, me and my brother are approaching the age where this is the age where Bubba and D-Von (Dudley) got into WWE. So now this the point in time where me and my brother are looking at, hey, where can we go? What can we do? I’m hoping, looking at 2023 as a year that we take that next step. But there is communication as of right now. 

Terrence: Looking back, I look back at some of my older first matches or even four or five years in and I don’t think I would’ve been ready then and my dad always points that out so I’m glad. I think right now, we’re at a perfect age, a perfect spot in our career where it would be a good time now. So I mean, you never know. Like he said, all the coaches, we’ve known since we were four years old, five years old so we see ‘em in passing. My dad talks to them so that relationship with us is always there so we’re always in talks so I don’t know, we’ll see, we’ll see what happens. 

Over the last several years, TNT has competed for AEW on the company’s Dark and Dark: Elevation shows. 

If the quotes in this article are used, please credit Straight Talk Wrestling with an H/T to POST Wrestling for the transcriptions. 

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