Tucker is looking forward to his future outside of WWE.
Before signing with WWE, Tucker was a successful amateur wrestler, earning All-American status during his collegiate wrestling career. In WWE, he was best known as a "blue-collar working man" alongside Otis, often doing comedy bits with his tag team partner.
Tucker turned on Otis at WWE Hell in a Cell 2020 and then had a very brief singles run before being released on April 15.
Appearing on Left My Wallet, Tucker was asked about his future in wrestling.
"Definitely interested in that," Tucker said when asked about potentially competing at Josh Barnett's Bloodsport. "I've been doing jiu-jitsu and getting back into that. I'm planning on stripping away some of the facade and reminding the world, on a wrestling level, of where I come from and the reason why I got into wrestling in the first place and things I'm capable of doing. I'm not just a singlet and jean jacket wearing guy who turned on his partner and got fucked up by Ricochet. I'm a legit guy and I'm ready to put that back out in the world and let everyone remember what's up. I'm excited. I don't know exactly what I'm going to do, but I'm going to try different things out."
Tucker's 90-day non-compete clause is set to expire in July.
During his time away from WWE, he has been streaming on Twitch. You can check out his channel by clicking here.
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