Former WWE Superstar Kenny Dykstra Announces Retirement From Wrestling

The former Kenny Dykstra has announced his retirement from professional wrestling.

Kenn Doane portrayed Kenny Dykstra on WWE television from 2005-2008, originally as part of The Spirit Squad before going solo and engaging in feuds with the likes of Ric Flair and Eugene. He would return to WWE for a brief stint in 2016 as a part of The Miz's feud with Dolph Ziggler.

The 35-year-old also has experience wrestling in Ring Of Honor, Dragon Gate USA and Major League Wrestling. 

Doanne has now revealed he is retired from wrestling, five years earlier than he thought he would need to. 

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Writing on Twitter he said: "I’ve decided to retire from in ring wrestling. When I started at 13 I thought I’d retire at 40. But smart investments overtime have allowed me to be done now.

"I’m in my prime, and that will go towards my family and being a father. Thanks to the fans who stuck by me."

Everyone at Cultaholic would like to congratulate Kenn on his career in wrestling and wish him every success in his retirement.

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