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Eric Rowan’s Post-WWE Journey

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In an exclusive interview with Wrestling News, Eric Rowan opened up about his time in the WWE, his current projects, and his experiences with injuries. Rowan, who was let go by WWE in April 2020 due to budget cuts, has made occasional appearances, including a few for All Elite Wrestling. When discussing the short film TITO, which he stars in alongside Claudio Castagnoli, Rowan revealed that his role in the film is a welcome change from the physical demands of professional wrestling.

Rowan then shifted the conversation to his wrestling injuries, noting that every time he was injured and fans saw him off the TV, it was because he was undergoing surgery. He recalled undergoing multiple surgeries, spending time in the hospital, and completing rehabilitation processes, often twice a day. The former WWE Superstar revealed that he even had a torn bicep, which he never made a story out of, and still lacks a right bicep attached to his arm.

Rowan’s comments come as a stark contrast to the common narrative surrounding wrestlers’ injuries, which often involve high-impact moves and little attention to their long-term effects. His story serves as a reminder of the physical toll that professional wrestling can take on athletes, and the often-overlooked consequences that follow.

Erick Rowan

Rowan also touched on his potential return to the WWE, stating that he would be open to participating in the Royal Rumble event if the opportunity arose. For now, fans will have to keep an eye on Ringside News for any updates on his next projects.

When asked about Bray Wyatt’s return to the WWE, Rowan remained quiet, choosing not to comment on the matter. His decision to steer clear of the topic is likely due to his current affiliation with All Elite Wrestling, which has a distinct rivalry with WWE.

Despite his tumultuous history with the WWE, Rowan’s post-wrestling life has been marked by a sense of resilience and adaptability. As he continues to make appearances and pursue new projects, fans can’t help but wonder what he has in store for them next.

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