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Darren Young Reveals Dislike For Being Called A Former WWE Superstar

Posted By: Ben Pearce on Sep 26, 2018

Darren Young Reveals Dislike For Being Called A Former WWE Superstar

Darren Young was recently interviewed by WrestlingInc about life after being released from WWE. Below are interview highlights.

Being Known As A Former WWE Superstar:

“I don’t like to be called former WWE superstar,” said Rosser. “I just don’t like the word ‘former.’ I like being called ‘veteran.’ We’re veterans, bro. We’ve done this for a long time. We’ve beat our bodies up, we’re WWE veterans. So, anytime I do interviews, podcasts, speaking engagements, I say I’m a veteran to the game.”

What He's Doing Now:

“I stole a line from Mark Henry. I use it a lot in my speaking engagements and when I wrestle. I always say I got a lot left in the tank… I’m 34, and this is still fun to me. Whether it’s in front of 80 people or 10-15,000 people, it’s still fun to me, I’m healthy, I enjoy doing the limited schedule.” Rosser added that he was recently asked by PJ Black whether he would return to the company. I didn’t leave on bad terms,” Rosser answered. “I was doing media at a Clippers game on a Saturday, and Sunday at 11 a.m. I get a phone call from Mark Carrano and I raised up out the bed like The Undertaker. And I kind of knew, man. I kind of knew what the deal was going, because I had already moved out to LA in August and the release happened in October. So, I kind of felt like my time was coming, so I moved out to LA to take care of some business with the clothing brand that I’m associated with. When the release happened, I wasn’t upset, I just said hey, it is what it is. I’m not Michael Jordan, but Michael Jordan can’t play forever, everyone always comes back. Like, it’s the revolving door. So, when I was released, I wasn’t upset. Life goes on, and I’m happy with what I’m doing now.”

Source: WrestlingInc
Tags: #wwe #darrenyoung

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