PAUL LONDON RETIREMENT
Name
Paul London
Real Name
Paul London
Date of Birth
April 16, 1980
Place of Birth
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Hometown
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Debut
2000
Batista
Since Batista is now openly talking about what retirement match he would like to do, the belief within the industry is that they would not be shocked if he were to leave WWE in the near future. The success of Guardians of the Galaxy and the signing of the sequel basically ensures that Batista will be involved with the Marvel Universe, which is really thriving now, for the next several years.
August 19, 2014
Batista
In another sign that he is moving closer to a full jump to Hollywood, Batista recently discussed his wishes for a retirement match. The former WWE champion would like to do another big match at Wrestlemania against Triple H, who he feels is still the best worker in the business. Management might be willing to do that at Wrestlemania 31 to capitalize on his name value being increased because of Guardians of the Galaxy.
August 15, 2014
James Storm
"Heard Petey Williams retired last night. Such a great talent. Always enjoyed his work and working with him." - James Storm speaks on the surprising retirement of former TNA star Petey Williams
July 6, 2014
Brock Lesnar
While most wrestling fans would love to see him working a match at Wrestlemania 31, Undertaker is actually said to be quite fine with retirement. He didn't make the decision to drop the winning streak to Brock Lesnar, but he reportedly does not mind ending his career on the losing end of a match. WWE wants him back, but the ball is entirely in the court of the Undertaker. For what it's worth, the legend is still staying in shape and working out.
July 5, 2014
Scott Hall
After announcing his retirement from UFC, Chael Sonnen posted a quote on his Twitter account that stated, "Bad times don't last, but bad guys do." The comment caught the attention of Scott Hall, who proceeded to criticize Sonnen for stealing the line that he made while being inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame. This appears to be a misunderstanding as Sonnen is a big fan of wrestling and has used several quotes over the years.
June 22, 2014
Gail Kim
During a recent interview, Gail Kim was asked about retirement. The TNA Knockout stated that she was not quite sure when that would be, but she did reveal that she wanted to be a trainer once that happens. Some might believe that she would return to WWE to work in their developmental territory, but with the way she left the company, there might still be some backstage heat towards her.
June 11, 2014
Sabu
In a move that has long been predicted, Sabu is going against orders from his doctors and avoiding retirement from professional wrestling. Rumors are floating around that the former ECW star was advised by medical personnel to quit being an in ring performer after breaking several bones in his arms during a match on the independent wrestling circuit. Sabu is choosing to continue as a wrestler.
May 26, 2014
Daniel Bryan
During a recent podcast interview with Jim Ross, WWE legend Shawn Michaels revealed that he had no intentions of coming out of retirement to work a match against Daniel Bryan, who was his real life protege at one point in time. Michaels stated that he has had discussions with certain people backstage in WWE about the possibility, but nothing concrete ever came out of those discussions.
May 14, 2014
Low Ki
After changing his mind on retirement, it now appears that Low Ki is set to sign a contract with TNA. Rumors have it that the deal will not only see him making a return as an in ring performer, but that Low Ki will also become the backstage agent for the X division. The hope is that he can use his knowledge and experience to help improve the division for TNA.
May 2, 2014
Charlie Haas
With Jeff Jarrett traveling the world to find professional wrestling stars to join his new Global Force Wrestling, a name that has popped up in the rumor mills is Charlie Haas. The former WWE star has been really quiet since his odd departure from ROH. Haas has been in semi retirement, working small shows here and there in Texas. He would bring a veteran presence and a familiar face to GFW.
April 24, 2014
Low Ki
Rumors are floating around right now that Low Ki could be making his return to TNA in the near future. The former X Division Champion contemplated retirement not too long ago, but he had a change of heart apparently. Low Ki has a close relationship with Samoa Joe and MVP, so that have played a part in his potential return to TNA.
April 13, 2014
Damien Sandow
Over the weekend, Mark Henry worked a live event for WWE in Austin, where he currently lives. He received a nice reaction from the audience and was given a victory over Damien Sandow. Afterwards, he grabbed the microphone and addressed the audience. Henry informed the fans that the retirement rumors regarding him are false. The belief is that it was done to drum up support for the former world heavyweight champion.
March 16, 2014
Mark Henry
While he teased fans with his retirement on Monday Night Raw not too long ago, Mark Henry is actually going to be retiring when his contract with WWE expires in two years. However, he fully intends to remain with the company. He has been setting himself up to work with the developmental program as a trainer and as a talent scout.
February 22, 2014
Alberto Del Rio
There are rumors floating around that Rey Mysterio might be working a retirement match at Wrestlemania 30, as his contract with WWE is ending in a few months. In order to generate even further international media attention, the belief is that Alberto Del Rio will be given the honor of being the opponent for the bout.
February 21, 2014
Christian
There are rumors floating around right now that Christian could retire after Elimination Chamber 2014. Some believe that WWE could use his real life retirement to sell the brutality of the steel cage match itself. The company has been planting seeds over the last few weeks by emphasizing the "one last match" theme with Christian.
February 20, 2014
Jim Ross
During his interview with Jim Ross on his new podcast, Steve Austin talked about his own retirement from professional wrestling. He stated that he did not reveal it to the world at Wrestlemania 19 because it was not good for business. Vince McMahon asked him to keep it quiet because WWE was going public.
February 19, 2014
Jim Ross
Jim Ross kicked off his new podcast series, and he had his good friend Steve Austin as the guest. The two longtime WWE stars discussed the Undertaker and his upcoming retirement. Ross and Austin agreed that his final match in the company should take place in his home state of Texas, and the opponent should be none other than John Cena at Wrestlemania.
February 19, 2014
Bray Wyatt
During a recent interview, Shawn Michaels was asked who he would come out of retirement and work a Wrestlemania 30 match with. The legend listed Daniel Bryan, Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins, Dean Ambrose, Damien Sandow, Dolph Ziggler and Bray Wyatt as WWE stars that he would share that honor with at the pay per view.
February 14, 2014
Kensuke Sasaki
After more than a quarter of a century in the industry, Kensuke Sasaki is announcing his retirement from professional wrestling. The Japanese legend gained some fame in the United States by being revealed as the mystery tag team partner of the Road Warriors in the NWA. He was the one that replaced Sting when they turned heel.
February 13, 2014
Charlie Haas
Last spring, Charlie Haas abruptly announced his retirement after a really weird incident with ROH that took place both backstage and in the ring. While many expected him to resurface, he has opted to remain off the grid. He has worked a couple of matches on the independent wrestling circuit in Texas, but those were mainly small shows.
February 10, 2014
Paul London
Since Paul London has been booked around the world at a pretty consistent basis recently, he has had the pleasure and displeasure of dealing with all sorts of personalities in professional wrestling. The former WWE star was recently booked for a show in Denmark, where the promoter put him in a hostel with three loud strangers. London took to Twitter to voice his angst.
April 28, 2014
Terry Funk
"I've always admired and looked up to Terry Funk. Never did I actually think I'd be walking just like him. Knees hurt." - Paul London explaining how much of a toll the wrestling business gives to the body
April 14, 2014
Paul London
Over the past couple of months, Paul London has become a bit of an international star in the world of professional wrestling. He has been working matches in quite a few countries during that time period. Over the weekend, the former WWE star even captured a championship belt in Italy for a promotional called Xtreme Italian Wrestling.
April 13, 2014
Paul London
Earlier today, it was reported that Paul London was heading to Europe for a tour, and it has now been revealed that Brian Kendrick is joining him. The former WWE stars have been booked by a promotion called Southside Wrestling, where they will be working a show next weekend. No word yet on whether or not London and Kendrick will be teaming together or facing one another.
March 23, 2014
Paul London
Even though he has not been with WWE for several years now, Paul London still maintains a good amount of name value in the global wrestling industry. The former tag team champion is heading back to Europe this week, where he will be working independent wrestling shows in England and other countries. He recently did a tour of Spain as well.
March 23, 2014
Paul London
After working a show in Spain earlier in the month, Paul London is now heading up north to Ontario, Canada to work an independent wrestling show called Adrenaline Cup. It features some sort of tournament. Former TNA Knockout Angelina Love is also booked for the event as well.
February 16, 2014
Paul London
Through Twitter, Paul London revealed that he was heading to Spain for an event. Initially, ROH had wanted him for a live event in San Antonio this weekend, as the former WWE star is from Austin. Even though a deal could not be made, Ring of Honor is still interested in bringing London back for future events.
February 7, 2014
Rob Van Dam

"That is another reason I'm pretty sure I won't be returning there any time soon. Hunter was pretty obviously jealous of certain individuals. I'm not saying he was jealous of me. I could tell he was envious of (Rob) Van Dam. He was extremely envious of Rob's success. He was jealous of Van Dam's personality. He was jealous that people gravitated towards Rob, because people liked being around Rob because he was very positive. The most glaring was the work rate. Hunter has had the same matches his whole career. If the guy is so damn tough, why does he need a sledgehammer. How do you justify this guying be a bad ass if he always has a weapon. Hunter is like that nerd that throws out a joke expecting the room to start laughing and ends up laughing at his own joke."

November 17, 2013
Chris Benoit

"Chris was dark, he was extremely dark. We used to have a joke that Chris was tri-polar, because it was a step up from bi-polarity. He would flip sometimes. I think a combination of Chris' background of with steroids, mixed with the partying, is a recipe for disaster. One of them is a recipe for disaster. Its literally taking Drano and pouring it on your hard drive. See what that does for your computer."

November 17, 2013