Taylor Rotunda, formerly known as Bo Dallas, is planning to make a return to the squared circle after being on the sidelines for two years.
During a Q&A at the For the Love of Wrestling convention, Dallas noted that he’s not done with wrestling and plans to make his return somewhere within the next two to three months.
"Absolutely not," Rotunda responded when asked if he's done with wrestling. "I'm the furthest from done with wrestling that you could possibly be. I spent the past year diving into a bunch of different ventures outside of wrestling, but wrestling has never left my heart -- not for one second. And I just wanted to get a couple things done before I dive back into something that I really cared about. Now that I've got everything kind of wrapped up and working on, within the next two to three months, you'll see me back in the ring somewhere very soon. Because the love of wrestling has never left me. I've always known I was coming back to it soon, but I just needed to get some other stuff done. But I'll be back in the ring really, really soon. I promise."
Although he found success in WWE NXT and showed the company what he could do, Dallas fell into being used as a mid-card talent on the main roster. His last bout came on November 13, 2019, at a WWE house show while working a six-man tag team match.
After not being used for several months, it was reported that Dallas and Liv Morgan were planning to start a family real estate business as he looked forward to life away from wrestling. Dallas was let go by WWE in April 2021 after being with the company for 13 years.
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