Bo Dallas told WWE fans that he was setting out on a life-changing expedition in December, 2019 and then he never appeared on television again. Dallas was around WWE, helping with production and other backstage things, but then he was released. That isn’t the last we’ve seen of him, because he says that his pro wrestling story isn’t over.

While he appeared at a Highspots Wrestling Network signing, Bo Dallas confirmed that his next goal is to find something to “sink his teeth into,” and he also made it very clear that he is not done in the pro wrestling world either.

“So, my next goal, I’m definitely, 1,000 percent not done wrestling. There’s no chance in that. My next goal is to find something that I can really sink my teeth into, something that I really love and that I’m passionate about that is not a one-off, it’s not a small time thing.

“I don’t need to do it, I want to do it and I’m looking forward to finding that because I’ve been thirsty for that for a really long time and not creatively… happy and this is the opportunity in my life. I’m dabbling in a bunch of other things but wrestling is my passion and I’m re-finding the love for it.


“If I’ve lost any of it, I’m finding that passion all over again in my way and I’m really excited. Whatever’s gonna happen next, it’s gonna be bigger and better than anything I’ve ever done.”

Bray Wyatt, Bo Dallas’ brother, was recently release from WWE as well. Now that both Rotunda brothers are free agents we’ll have to see if the two will finally join forces in a storyline that fans have often discussed while armchair booking.

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