Happy Corbin on the end of his career and future challenges

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Happy Corbin on the end of his career and future challenges
Happy Corbin on the end of his career and future challenges

Happy Corbin has been part of WWE for a long time, 10 years to be exact. Many wonder how long Corbin will be part of this organization. In an interview with "Bleav In Pro Wrestling", he revealed more details. “I want to have another five or ten years here in WWE,” he told “Bleav In Pro Wrestling,” “But, eventually, like all athletes, at some point, our body doesn’t keep up with our mind anymore, and we may think we can go.

I want to be a guy who withdraws at the appropriate time; I don’t want to be there too long, I don’t want to jeopardize, because I feel like Iike I’ve got good stigmas about me other than everybody hates me”.

Next challenges for Happy Corbin

Corbin revealed what his next career challenges will be. “I am good in the ring. I am smooth, I have a creative move set, I make things look as violent as possible and those kinds of things,” he said.

“So, I don’t want to be a step behind my mind physically, so I think the next five or ten years I will reach that point, and then I definitely do — I definitely want to get into that food world, whether it’s Food Network or my own YouTube stuff”.

Cooking and barbequing are his great loves to which he wants to dedicate himself. There are many things that Corbin likes and wants to do. It is clear that this is a person who loves life. “We are going to go out there for WWE and raise some good money for Connor’s Cure, so I am going to cook out there at that,” Happy Corbin said.

“So, there’s a lot of really cool opportunities that food will bring when I am done throwing people like Pat McAfee around in the ring”.

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