Rhino isn't slowing down any time soon
The former NWA World Champion turns 44 years old this fall, but wants to keep competing until he's roughly 52. After runs in ECW, WWE, TNA, ROH and several others, he's back in Impact Wrestling, and told Sporting News that a NASCAR driver motivated him to keep going.
I would like to try for eight years. That's my goal. Hit 32 years in pro wrestling. I was watching a thing on former NASCAR driver Richard Petty and he drove for 32 years. Along with winding it up, I'd like to get more involved in my community. I own a marina in Monroe, Mich. called Big Daddy's Boatyard and want to work on that.
I don't know about becoming a wrestling coach, but I think you owe it to wrestling business to do like autograph signings for the fans or help build another talent by taking more of a behind the scenes approach. These major pro wrestling companies need to help bring guys in to help develop the future behind the scenes. Hopefully, my career ends eight years from now, so I can help the younger generation because I don't want to abandon the business like that whatsoever.
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