Rob Gronkowski retires from his career and WWE and Mojo Rawley congratulate him

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After nine seasons with the New England Patriots, Rob Gronkowski declared his official retirement today. His normally cordial companion and WWE star, Mojo Rawley, sent him a message on Twitter. Rawley finished his message with: “It’s going to get actually wild at this point. The best is yet to come!”

Many answered the tweet with the theory that Gronk was coming to WWE. His full statement was: Congrats to my sibling Rob Gronkowski on retirement. Best to ever play the situation in NFL history. Glad for your profession and considerably increasingly pleased to be your companion. It’s going to get actually wild at this point. The best is yet to come!”

WWE likewise shared the organization’s congrats on Twitter. They shared a clasp from when Rob Gronkowski helped Mojo Rawley win the Andre Battle Royal at the WrestleMania 33 Kickoff occasion. WWE subtitled it: “Congratulations go out to Rob Gronkowski on his retirement from the NFL and a fantastic career!”
“Congrats to my brother @RobGronkowski on retirement. Best to ever play the position in @NFL history. Proud of your career and even more proud to be your friend.

It’s about to get really wild now. The best is yet to come!” Says, Dean Muhtadi.

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