5 wrestlers who might come out of retirement and five who are done for good
Sometimes a wrestler just can't stop lacing up their boots, and other times they never put them back on.
The world of professional wrestling seems to have a certain allure, drawing back aging superstars time and time again. From Bob Backlund capturing the WWE title in his forties, to Sting reigning as TNA champion in his fifties the door seems to be open for a return at almost any time.
But sometimes, age and injury are insurmountable foes, and a wrestler may never get between the ropes again. Here are five wrestlers who might come back to action, and five who are done for good.
Might Return: Bully Ray
The former citizen of Dudleyville extended his career for several years past what most people predicted, enjoying success in both TNA/Impact and Ring of Honor.
While Bully Ray is definitely slowing down, he was able to keep up with the much younger, agiler stars of ROH, and his retirement took a lot of interested parties by surprise. With the Dudleys set to join the WWE Hall of Fame soon, Bully Ray might be able to get one more run with a major company under his belt, or make special appearances if nothing else.