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WWE Star Sylvester Lefort Returns To Smackdown After Eight-Year Hiatus

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Sylvester Lefort, a 39-year-old WWE star, made a surprising return to SmackDown after an eight-year absence. Lefort initially joined WWE in 2012, debuting on NXT in 2013 as a manager for Garrette Dylan and Scott Dawson, now known as Dax Harwood. Following Dylan’s departure, Lefort continued to manage Dawson, gaining recognition in the wrestling world. He later aligned himself with Rusev, now Miro, and even stepped into the ring alongside Rusev in a tag team match against Enzo Amore and Colin Cassady. However, their partnership took a sour turn when Rusev betrayed Lefort, sparking a heated feud between the two.

Despite facing off against top wrestling talents, Lefort was eventually released from WWE in 2016. His unexpected appearance on SmackDown occurred during the inaugural R-KO Show hosted by Kevin Owens and Randy Orton, featuring Paul Heyman as a special guest.

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Chaos ensued during the segment when Solo Sikoa and Tama Tonga ambushed Owens and Orton, leading to a wild brawl that required security intervention. Among the security personnel was Sylvester Lefort, who found himself on the receiving end of a rough encounter with Orton, resulting in him being thrown onto the announcer’s desk.

Lefort’s drastic transformation caught many fans off guard, given the significant time that had passed since his last WWE appearance. As the wrestling world speculates about his unexpected return, all eyes are now on the upcoming showdown where Randy Orton and Kevin Owens are slated to take on the formidable Bloodline at the Backlash event this weekend. The anticipation is high as fans eagerly await the unfolding drama and action-packed confrontations in WWE.

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