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WWE To Sign “Gronk” After Football Career?

This is a 2010 photo of Rob Gronkowski of the New England Patriots football team. This image reflects the Patriots roster as of April 29, 2010 when this picture was taken. (AP Photo)

Mojo Rawley talks to TMZ Sports about WWE possibly signing his good friend Rob Gronkowski of the NFL’s New England Patriots to a WWE contract in the video down below.

For those who missed it, Gronk helped Rawley win the 4th annual Andre the Giant memorial battle royal at Mania and later assisted him again on SmackDown.

 “Oh man, are you kidding me? Of course we’ve explored that opportunity but Gronk’s focused on his career right now. He’s been training real hard and yeah, he’s been having a little but of fun with us the past couple of weeks but he doesn’t let that take away from his NFL career, from the Patriots, so he’s staying focused. We don’t want to rope him in too far because he’s really in the zone right now but hey, you never know what the future will hold.”



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