Oftentimes Superstars on the RAW and SmackDown Live rosters have competed over the world for years…potentially decades. Sure, they may be newcomers to WWE like AJ Styles back in 2016, but they are veterans of the wrestling industry.

One veteran has been in WWE for years, but only received his call-up to the main roster recently- and that is “The Perfect Ten” Tye Dillinger, who is now celebrating 17 years since he first stepped foot into the squared circle for the first time.

In what was a passionate Twitter post, Dillinger explained that he has undergone a lot of ups and downs as a wrestler over the years, but he wants to thank everyone who stuck with him and helped him reach this point. Additionally, he thanked those who believed him when others didn’t and for being his voice when he was afraid to use his own.

The tweet ends with him saying “I enjoyed it all,” as you can see above. This has led to mild speculation that he could be preparing to hang up the boots or change things up, given that addressed his career in the past tense.

Do you see Dillinger as a future Champion? Are you a fan of Dillinger? Let us know your thoughts, opinions, and reactions in those comments below.

Steve Carrier

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