Bray Wyatt endorses Rob Gronkowski potentially joining WWE.
Last weekend, multi-time Super Bowl winning Tight End for the New England Patriots, Rob Gronkowski announced his retirement from the NFL. Gronkowski is 29 years old and immediately following his announcement, there was a great deal of speculation about what is next for the 6'6 big man. NFL Network's Michael Giardi noted on Twitter that sources have informed him that Rob Gronkowski has signed with a TV and movie production company already.
Rob Gronkowski is also associated with WWE as he helped his real-life friend Mojo Rawley win the 2017 Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal at WrestleMania 33 and Gronk appeared on WWE programming when he threw a beer in the face of Jinder Mahal on an episode of SmackDown Live. Several WWE talents have commented on the possibly of Gronkowski joining WWE and the latest to do so was former WWE Champion Bray Wyatt. TMZ Sports caught up with Bray and JoJo Offerman in an airport and asked Bray would he like to see Gronk in WWE. Bray shared that he loves Rob and revealed that he and Gronk's fathers were roommates in college.
“Mojo [Rawley is] like my son. I’d love to have Rob here. I love Rob." Bray said. "My father was roommates with his father at Syracuse so I love Rob. I know him a lot more through Mojo, but he’s a cool cat. I'd love to have Rob here.”
Bray Wyatt and JoJo recently announced that they are bringing a baby boy into the world named "Knash" and to check out the photos from JoJo and Bray Wyatt's maternity shoot, check out Fightful's published article about the topic.
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