WWE: Former WWE Superstar Scotty 2 Hotty Makes His Return at NXT Taping

Luis Campos@luchalibrelife Analyst IJuly 17, 2012

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During last night's taping of WWE Raw on the USA network, fans got to see the return of Attitude Era superstar Rikishi. 

It looks like his partner in crime, and former member of the popular wrestling stable Too Cool, Scotty 2 Hotty, has also made his return to a WWE ring. 

Scotty, who since 2007 (after being released by the WWE) had been cruising the independent scene, was featured on the July 12 card on NXT.

The Too Cool member was involved in a match against the WWE's jobber to the stars, Health Slater, where he performed his famous "worm" finishing maneuver, while a very exuberant Florida crowd chanted, "You still got it." 

The NXT episode has yet to air, but will most likely air sometime in the near future. 

Scotty 2 Hotty's return to a WWE ring may be a one-time deal, as has been the case with other superstars featured on Raw over the past weeks, as the show reaches its monumental 1000th episode. 

Gauging from the fan video taken at the scene, Hotty is still in decent shape—begging the question, why wasn't he on Raw last night with his former stable mate Rikishi? 

 

Luis invites you to be part of his continuing journey by following him on Twitter:https://twitter.com/luchalibrelife or via Facebook subscription:https://www.facebook.com/lcampos1990 

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