The former defensive lineman turned pro-wrestler was said to have inked a new deal with the WWE.
31 year-old SmackDown Live talent Mojo Rawley, reportedly has signed a new contract with the WWE. According to the Wrestling Observer, Rawley will be remaining with the company for the foreseeable future, although the details of the contract are unknown as of right now.
Mojo Rawley debuted on WWE TV as a part of the NXT brand in 2013. Throughout the coming years, Rawley would develop his "hyped" personality and would form a team with former WWE United States Champion, Zack Ryder. The two would dub themselves the "Hype Bros" and the team would carry on until Mojo turned on Ryder in November of last year. The 2017 'Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal' winner has been trying his hand in the SmackDown Live singles division, as he looks to hold gold for the first time in the company.
Although Rawley has not quite found his footing in the WWE as a singles competitor, there is room for him to become a good addition to WWE's I.C. & U.S. Title picture. Mojo has been credited numerous times for his promo work and if that aggressiveness that he carries on the microphone, along with being featured on WWE TV more often; can be translated into the ring and connect to the fans, there is a bright future ahead for Rawley.