WWE Are Looking For Rugby Players To Switch Career & Take Up Wrestling
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World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) are looking for current and former professional rugby players that might be interested in switching careers and becoming professional wrestlers.
Owned by billionaire Vince McMahon, the WWE is the biggest wrestling organisation in the world, and has been home to such stars as the Undertaker, the Rock, Stone Cold Steve Austin, Hulk Hogan and Triple H.
Rugby Vacancies put up a post yesterday evening, urging current or recently retired players to get in touch for further details. A number of current and ex-players have expressed interest, although we’re not sure which of them are actually serious about it!
— Jamie Cudmore (@JNCudmore) December 19, 2017
@FinlayBealham your true calling awaits
— Craig Ronaldson (@CraigR_10) December 19, 2017
@RugbyVacancies wwe. Talk to me. X
— Tom Biggs (@tombiggs11) December 19, 2017
@andypowell8 got you and me written all over it! Tag team champions of the World! Your not shy of a good spray tan, Schnitzel!
— Simon Shaw (@ShawseyShaw) December 19, 2017
— Marty Moore (@ooMARTYMOOREoo) December 19, 2017
Retirement plan sorted, me and pabs will be the new Dudley Boyz #TBC
— Charlie Beckett (@Charlie_Beckett) December 18, 2017
I do love a bit of Lycra Andy and I’ve met @JCLayfield a few times in Bermuda
— Ian Gough (@VanGough4) December 19, 2017