Titus O’Neil last televised in-ring appearance took place on the November 9th episode of Monday Night RAW. That episode aired two years, but the leader of Titus Worldwide insists he isn’t done with wrestling.

The 44-year-old appeared on 95.3 WDAE to talk about his future plans in regards to professional wrestling. He’s also revealed that he’s been recovering following a knee procedure.

“I’m not retired. I haven’t wrestled in a minute but I had a procedure done on my knees that I’m rehabbing. a lot of people don’t know that so they just assumed that I’ve been retired, but I’m a global ambassador for the company. I’m in Saudi Arabia and everywhere else, so that should show somebody that I’m not retired and I’m still with the company. I’m doing a lot of stuff.”

Somewhere during the interview, Titus also hinted at bringing back his Titus Worldwide gimmick that won him over with the crowd. He, however, refrained from giving additional details.

The first-ever WWE 24/7 Champion routinely does a lot of charity work. His contributions led the WWE to induct him into their Hall of Fame as a recipient of The Warrior Award last year.

H/T Fightful

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