Titus O'Neil Says He Hasn't Retired From In-Ring Action
Titus O'Neil hasn't retired yet
Titus O'Neil remains with WWE in his role as a global ambassador for Vince McMahon's company but the 44-year-old hasn't stepped inside the squared circle for a long time, with his last match taking place back on the November 9, 2020, edition of Raw when he lost a United States Title match against Bobby Lashley.
Despite his long stint away from the ring, O'Neil isn't retired, he told 95.3 WDEA in Tampa, Florida.
"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," said O'Neil.
The former Prime Time Player also teased the return of Titus Worldwide but he did not provide any further details.
O'Neil has been with WWE since he signed a developmental deal in 2009. He co-hosted WrestleMania 37 with Hulk Hogan and he was also the recipient of the Warrior Award during the 2021 WWE Hall Of Fame ceremony.
H/T to Fightful