Roman Reigns has shared his timeframe for when he plans to stop working a full-time schedule in WWE.
“The Big Dog” did so while recently speaking with TMZ Sports to promote the new “Hobbs and Shaw” movie. This was where he was asked about his future, which he noted that he’s still in love with the ring and holding it down on both brands.
When it comes to his in-ring future, it will come down to his health and how he feels. Currently, he’s 34 but feels like he’s in the prime of his career and has a few more years left in him. He also made it known that if he can handle the physical aspect of in-ring work then he’s willing to do it.
“I think I can hold this schedule for at least 5 more years of being full-time, but eventually it’s gonna have to be time to rest my body.”
Reigns will appear in a role in the “Hobbs & Shaw” movie as he’ll play Johnson’s brother. Johnson and Jason Statham star in the movie. “Hobbs & Shaw” is a spin-off film of the Fast & Furious series.
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