One WWE Superstar is planning on writing an autobiography about his journey into the world of professional wrestling.
Recently on Twitter, a fan Tweeted at Raw star Titus O’Neil and mentioned that his journey from professional football into the WWE world is quite an inspirational story. They also pointed out that it’d make for a great book. O’Neil is a former high school football player who earned a scholarship to play for The University Of Florida Gators.
After his collegiate career on the gridiron, O’Neil played in the Arena Football League (AFL) for several teams. O’Neil played for the Utah Blaze, Tampa Bay Storm, Las Vegas Gladiators and Carolina Cobras. In 2009 O’Neil decided to hang up his football cleats in exchange for wrestling boots, as he signed with the WWE and was sent to their developmental territory of Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW).
He’s now regularly featured on Monday Night Raw as the frontman of Titus World-Wide. O’Neil responded to the fan’s interest in reading about his life story, and revealed he’s actually in the middle of working on a book right now. He noted that the book is expected to release in summer of 2019:
I’m the process now of writing one. Summer 2019 arrival 👍🏾❤️✅ https://t.co/qYoMCXeBfM
— Titus O'Neil (@TitusONeilWWE) August 5, 2018