Titus O’Neil, one of the most beloved members of the WWE roster, has denied rumors that he has retired from wrestling.
Titus O’Neil signed with WWE in 2009 as a wrestler, but since joining the company 13 years ago, his role has changed a lot.
The 45-year-old, who had a close relationship with ex-WWE CEO Vince McMahon, has not wrestled a match since the November 9, 2020 episode, but has remained behind the scenes with the company.
Titus currently serves as a Global Ambassador for WWE and last year earned an induction into the Hall of Fame for his work in the role.
Despite his work, which has earned him a lot of goodwill among wrestling experts and fans, Titus has confirmed that he has not yet retired.
Fightful Select explained that in a recent interview, Titus told them that he hasn’t hung up his boots yet.
Not only that, but Titus told the site that he plans to return to the ring, and will talk to WWE about it when he feels the time is right.
Titus has not yet retired and plans to return to the ring one day. He has not set a timeline for a return, but said he will discuss it with WWE when he thinks the time is right, but it “will happen”.
Titus was actually involved in last week’s episode of WWE Raw, his first appearance in just two years.
The former WWE Tag Team champion opened the show and talked about how WWE was a “safe haven” away from politics, religion and divisive content.
The segment caused controversy among fans, with many saying it was wrong for WWE to send Titus out.
To learn more about what the future holds for Titus within WWE, whether in the ring or out, be sure to stay tuned to GiveMeSport.
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