Adam Pearce has said he is thoroughly enjoying his current role on WWE television and had zero interest in a return to the ring.
Former NWA World Heavyweight Champion Pearce re-joined WWE as a trainer in 2013, before working as a producer in NXT and then joining the main roster in a similar role.
Most recently, Pearce has also been utilised as an on-screen talent, as a WWE official, and Pearce is thoroughly enjoying the opportunities that his current assignment have provided.
WWE teased a return to the ring for 'Scrap Daddy' earlier this year, against Universal Champion Roman Reigns, but Pearce has indicated such a prospect does not intrigue him.
Speaking to PWI Podcast, he said: "I have zero interest in being a full-time wrestler ever again in my life. Zero. Less than zero. Everything that’s happening and has happened to this point has been the proverbial cliché ‘icing on the cake’ in a very real and literal sense for me.
"I’m having the time of my life doing this now, mostly because I don’t have to do it to make a living anymore. It’s really gratifying to be in there with the very best in our profession, whether you’re talking about Roman, or whether you’re talking about Paul Heyman. On the Raw side, I had some interactions with Randy Orton not too long ago that could have and may still go somewhere further too.
"This is the cream of the crop and I get to ply my trade and match wits and clang swords with these guys. I never thought that was going to happen. So, whatever ends up happening is the perfect, coming around full circle if you will. It’s amazing."