Rob Gronkowski to WWE? Mojo Rawley discusses the possibilities

By Jason Powell, ProWrestling.net Editor (@prowrestlingnet)

Mojo Rawley spoke with TMZ regarding the possibility of Rob Gronkowski wrestling for WWE now that he has retired from the NFL. “That wouldn’t shock me one bit,” Rawley said. He added that he wouldn’t be the least bit surprised to see him back in a WWE ring in the future. “The handcuffs are off,” said Rawley. “You don’t have the Patriots and the NFL locking you down anymore. If you thought Gronk was wild before, I’m telling you, wait ’til you see him without the shackles on.” Watch the interview at TMZ.com.

Powell’s POV: Gronkowski took part in a WrestleMania 33 angle and was a frequent visitor when Rawley worked NXT matches. It would be quite the coup if WWE could score Gronk’s first major appearance since he announced his retirement from the New England Patriots over the weekend. For that matter, Gronk arriving just in time for Smackdown’s debut on Fox in October would also be quite the story. I guess only time will tell whether WWE is in his future.

Check below for the new Pro Wrestling Boom Podcast with Jason Powell and guest Eric Bischoff discussing whether there are similarities in Vince McMahon’s WWE booking and Verne Gagne’s booking of the AWA during its dying days, a network shakeup that could potentially be an issue for All Elite Wrestling, Eric’s WrestleMania week show with Tony Schiavone in New York New York, and much more.



The new edition of the Pro Wrestling Boom Podcast with Jason Powell and guest Todd Martin on his background, attending pro wrestling events in Japan, the NJPW G1 Tournament, why lucha libre companies haven't been as successful as NJPW in the United States, AEW optimism, covering pro wrestling and MMA, and more (68:57)...


Readers Comments (1)

  1. Scott Aronofsky March 25, 2019 @ 6:15 pm

    Its also convenient that the WWE just happens to be in Boston tonight for RAW

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published.


*


This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.