Batista is done in pro wrestling.
The night that he lost a match to Triple H that saw Triple H's career on the line, it was Dave Batista who would announce that he's hanging up his boots. Shortly after WrestleMania, the WWE legend-turned Hollywood star posted a heartfelt message to Twitter.
@WWEUniverse Thank you for letting me entertain you. I love this business and whether you cheered me or jeered me, I’m grateful for being a small part of your life. I am officially retired from sports entertainment and I am grateful for every second of my amazing journey --— Dave Bautista (@DaveBautista) April 8, 2019
Batista retires at the age of 50, after a storied career that primarily ended in 2010. He had a brief return in 2014 before his most recent appearances, serving as his farewell. He ends his career as a six-time world champion in WWE, in addition to two Royal Rumble wins, and four reigns as a tag team champion. Batista also main evented two WrestleMania shows, winning one against Triple H in 2005, who would go on to be his final foe.
Since leaving wrestling, Batista has gone on to be a major film star as a part of the Marvel Universe, James Bond, Blade Runner, and Escape Plan Series'