Cain Velasquez doesn’t end with wrestling.
Former UFC heavyweight champion Velázquez made his AAA debut in Mexico in 2019, moving into the world of professional wrestling.After that, there was a WWE signature, but his run was Short-lived after release As part of the “budget cut” by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mexican wrestling legend Rey Mysterio spoke to Ariel Herwani and gave his view on the release of Velázquez (via Essential Sports).
“I can’t delve into the exact situation of Cain. I know the fact that he is very devoted and very passionate about lucha libre and wrestling. This is his greatest part of WWE. I know it was one of my dreams.
“Honestly, I don’t think he’s gone forever. I think he’ll come back and make a comeback. It’s very hard to mask someone like Cain who has made his own history in the UFC. Is difficult.”
Cain Velasquez decides to continue wrestling.Appearing In his corner podcast, Velázquez revealed that he would return to AAA.
“I’m doing a AAA show in December. I love AAA and I’ll keep going. I love WWE too, but I have to grow myself to get there. I will continue to do it and have fun. “
Velázquez retired from the MMA tournament in October 2019. His last match was played in February 2019.He Francis Ngannou In 26 seconds.
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Cain Velasquez set for wrestling returns after WWE release
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