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Jake Hager Shares He Aimed for MMA Success Before Planned WWE Comeback Against Roman Reigns

Posted By: Ben Jordan Kerin on Sep 23, 2023

Jake Hager Shares He Aimed for MMA Success Before Planned WWE Comeback Against Roman Reigns

In a recent virtual session with K & S WrestleFest, the ex-world champion Jake Hager opened up about his original ambitions post-WWE. Currently performing in AEW, Hager shared that his goal was to establish a strong MMA career before making a triumphant return to WWE for a WrestleMania showdown with Roman Reigns.

"When I left WWE, my plan was to go to MMA, get really good, be undefeated and then go back to WWE and wrestle Roman Reigns at WrestleMania. A little slight turn. A lot of that happened. We were close. I’d kick Roman’s butt. He knows it, I know it. If you want to tell him that, tell him that."

Hager also recently confirmed his departure from MMA. He concluded his stint with a 3-0 record in Bellator, along with one bout that ended in a no-contest.

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— Ben Jordan Kerin Sep 23, 2023 07:02PM

Tags: #aew #mma #bellator #wwe #jake hager #roman reigns

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