‘I got to go in that ring and whoop his as*’ Rob Gronkowski Calls Out WWE Superstar

Rob Gronkowski announced his retirement from the NFL after spending nine seasons playing professional football. Since his retirement, he has been doing a bunch of different things but he might be about to start a career in WWE.

During a recent talk with reporters, Gronkowski talked about being interested in doing one full-on match in WWE but not wanting to become a full-time wrestler. He also spoke about Mojo Rawley, saying: “My friend’s in there, and he’s a little wimp. So, I got to go in that ring and whoop his ass.”

Gronkowski recently promoted CBDMedic, a CBD-based ointment the former tight end says he has used to recover. During the press conference, he also talked about recovering since leaving the league:

“I feel great, and I am pain-free. I truly believe I can get to another level with my body, and I’m just in the first stage right now. And when that time comes down in the future, if I have the desire to play football again, if I feel passionate about football again, if I feel like I need to be out there on the field, I will go back to football. But as of right now, that is not the case. It could be the case in six months. It could be the case in two years. It could be the case in three years. It could be the case in three months. But I truly don’t see it in the foreseeable future, in, like, a week or a month.”

He went on to add:

“I want to be clear to my fans: I needed to recover. I was not in a good place. Football was bringing me down. And I didn’t like it. I was losing that joy in life. I was fighting through it. I knew what I signed up for, and I knew what I was fighting through, I knew I just had to fix myself … I truly needed to be selfish for once in my life. I am very satisfied with where I am in life right now. I truly believe going through those tough times, nine years, off the field, on the field, has brought me to this point. I believe I’m on the right path in my life.”

We would love to see Gronk back in the NFL.