Rhino outlines his current path in wrestling.
Rhino is celebrating 27 years in pro wrestling. In the near-three decades he has been in the industry, Rhino has been a champion in WWE, IMPACT, ECW, and more.
With so much of professional wrestling history under his belt, Rhino is now in a stage where he can sit down and reflect on his legacy and wonder what is next for his career.
Speaking with Instinct Culture by Denise Salcedo, Rhino says it is his hope that he will have at least another five years in the industry before winding down.
“God willing, I can have five more years in the wrestling business. I want to slowly taper off, and then move more to the behind-the-scenes as a producer and stuff. You know, so that's the thing,” Rhino said. “A compass will always tell you to go north, but it doesn't tell you the hills and valleys and lakes and ponds and all that. So you have to go around it. So my goal is five years, and then slowly and then work, go around the hills and valleys and stuff and get to that point, and along the way work with people and try to help boost their careers and, and help get them on the journey or the path, that they're supposed to take.”
Currently, Rhino is feuding with Honor no More and lost to Eddie Edwards at Sacrifice because of the interference of Steve Maclin. See our full coverage of Sacrifice here.
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