WWE Spoilers: Where Has Christian Been Lately?

WrestleScoop.com is reporting that SmackDown Superstar Christian has been purposefully kept off of television in recent weeks due to Christian’s upcoming appearance at TNA’s Bound for Glory pay-per-view, where he will be inducting Sting into the TNA Hall of Fame. Christian’s appearance is a part of the deal between WWE and TNA with TNA letting Ric Flair appear at WWE’s Hall of Fame ceremony earlier this year. While there is no heat on Christian due to WWE and TNA working the deal out without his consent, WWE is keeping Christian off of WWE television until after his TNA appearance because they do not want to put Christian in an angle when he is set to appear on a different organization’s pay-per-view. The plan was to have Christian feud with Antonio Cesaro over the United States Title, but those plans have been put on hold for the time being, which is why Cesaro has been being used sparingly as of late.

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