5 WWE Superstars who have their own business
WWE and the pro wrestling business in general requires you to put your body on the line, and with the uncertainty of you being injured in a moment, you have to be prepared to pay for your bills in case you can't wrestle in the ring.
In an attempt to stay in shape, a lot of exercises and medication are required, but not all are able to wrestle for long like The Undertaker.
In an attempt to pay the bills after walking away from the ring, a lot of wrestlers start their own businesses while still working with the company, and while not all of them are successful entrepreneurs, some of them really excel and make a name for themselves outside the squared circle.
Discussing some of the popular ones, here are some names for all to read.
#5 Seth Rollins
Seth Rollins is the face of Monday nights, and was a former Intercontinental Champion. Since his debut on the main roster, The Architect has put forth commendable performances, including surviving a 70-minute time in the gauntlet match on Monday Night Raw. His work was of top notch as the Intercontinental Champion, and it made the championship, as well as his segments, look wonderful.
In an attempt to create up-and-coming wrestlers for not just WWE but pro wrestling in general, Seth started an academy named 'Black and Brave Wrestling' in 2014. His work is commendable there, and it seems like Seth may be starting a chain of coffee shops soon.
We all know that he will excel at whatever he does, and for now, he would be focused on winning the Royal Rumble match to challenge the 'Beast Incarnate' Brock Lesnar for the Universal Championship at WrestleMania. Whether he wins or not is debatable, but he will put forth a commendable performance.