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Mojo Rawley sees WWE in Rob Gronkowski's future

Mojo Rawley sees WWE in Rob Gronkowski's future

As Rob Gronkowski's football career comes to an end, will a new career begin in the WWE?

Mojo Rawley, a WWE star and a friend of Gronk's seems to believe so. In an interview with TMZ, Rawley said it "wouldn't shock him one bit" to see Gronk step in the ring.

"In the future, I'm sure at some point you'll see him inside a WWE ring in one capacity or another," said Rawley.

Hear the rest of what Rawley said below:

Gronkowski and Rawley were in the ring together for WrestleMania 33 in 2017.

Whatever Gronk decides to do after football, Rawley promises it'll be entertaining.

"If you thought Gronk was wild before, I'm telling you, wait until you see hIm without the shackles on because it's a whole other beast," he said.

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Report: WWE trying to sign Rob Gronkowski

Report: WWE trying to sign Rob Gronkowski

Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski has hinted about walking away from football at 28 and apparently World Wrestling Entertainment is listening.

According to Dave Meltzer's Wrestling Observer newsletter, WWE is willing to offer Gronk a "similar style deal" that it offered UFC star Ronda Rousey, who made her WWE debut late last month, is scheduled to be part of its "Elimination Chamber" event Feb. 25 and is being advertised as being part of their WrestleMania signature event April 8.

Gronk was part of Wrestlemania last year (see video below) and his friend, wrestler Mojo Rawley, hinted earlier this week that Gronkowski might be looking to give up football for the ring. Gronk has also reportedly been considering retiring to pursue a movie career. 

WWE wrestler friend hints at Gronk retirement

WWE wrestler friend hints at Gronk retirement

Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski appeared to be mulling retirement in the aftermath of the Super Bowl 52 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles a week ago. His friend, WWE wrestler Mojo Rawley hinted that Gronk might be entering the wrestling ring.

"It's not a matter of if, it's a matter of WHEN," Rawley told TMZ Sports of Gronk perhaps leaving football behind permanently at 28 to begin a wrestling career. Although he did add: "I can't speak for him."

Gronk teamed with Rawley last April at Wrestlemania: