Three names that could walk through AEW’s Forbidden Door /

AEW Dynamite is going to be “must-see” television as a new signee is primed to join the company.

After another strong episode of AEW Rampage, All Elite Wrestling continued to break news and cause social media buzz when Tony Khan announced there will be a big debut coming for the next edition of AEW Dynamite. Isiah Kassidy, after a stellar showing against Sammy Guevara, will face a new signee to AEW to vie for a spot in the Face of the Revolution ladder match at AEW Revolution on March 6. That was big news that caused a lot of speculation, so here are three potential names that could walk through that curtain.

Jay White

Jay White is still lurking in North America. Months ago, he faced off with Kenny Omega in an IMPACT Wrestling ring, and nothing truly came of the moment, at least not for AEW fans. Since then, he’s continued to have a significant impact in that promotion, competing against and defeating names that AEW viewers will recognize like Jay Lethal, Christopher Daniels, and Wheeler Yuta.

The former IWGP Heavyweight, Intercontinental, United States Heavyweight, and NEVER Openweight Champion would be a massive forbidden door entrant into All Elite Wrestling. The idea of him signing with AEW however, would raise some eyebrows around the matter because his current contract with New Japan has always been a hot topic. Still, having White show up would build a lot of buzz for the steadily growing promotion, especially as the match against Omega down the line hangs like a cloud.

Josh Alexander

Josh Alexander has been named dropped on AEW television. Brandi Rhodes referenced him when degrading his former tag partner, Ethan Page. That could set up an interesting opportunity for Alexander to step into this role and appear in the ladder match. We could very well see Page added to a ladder match down the line.

Alexander is currently competing in IMPACT and is one of the best individuals on the roster and within wrestling. Go back and look at some of his recent performances again JONAH, Jonathan Gresham, and Mike Bennett as examples. He might not be the biggest name in fans’ perception that they could bring over, but he would certainly have an impact.

Keith Lee

This is the man that all professional wrestling wants to see. Keith Lee has all the components needed to be a major star in any company. WWE squandered their opportunity with him from day one and wrestling fans were left with the bitter taste in their mouth. With his non-compete clause up, Lee is free to walk into any company that he should choose. AEW must capitalize on this moment not only for its own product but because eyes are on the company to see how they better improve against one of its main critiques.

Lee can do everything in wrestling. He can work the big men in a monster versus monster match. He can keep pace with the smaller competitors. He can cut promos as well. Lee’s the type of performer that wrestling companies dream about and it’s time for an organization like AEW to elevate him to the mainstream.