6 current WWE Superstars who have revealed when they plan to retire

Bobby Lashley and WWE RAW Tag Team Champion Randy Orton
Bobby Lashley and WWE RAW Tag Team Champion Randy Orton

#5. WWE Superstar Bobby Lashley

Bobby Lashley kicked off his pro wrestling career in 2005, joining WWE. He spent three years in Vince McMahon's company before leaving in 2008. During his first WWE run, Lashley won the United States Championship and the ECW Title.

Between 2008 and 2018, Lashley competed on the independent circuit and in IMPACT Wrestling. He also pursued a career in mixed martial arts. Nonetheless, the former ECW Champion returned to WWE in April 2018. Over the past three years, he has won the Intercontinental Championship twice, the United States Championship for the second time in his career, and his first-ever WWE Title.

The former United States military veteran is now 45 years old. During a recent interview with Complex, Lashley revealed that he could wrestle for five or ten more years before retiring.

"Five, 10, years down the road when I retire, I want to be that Goldberg that comes back every once in a while and puts a hurting on some of these people," he said.

Lashley is currently active on Monday Night RAW. He recently defeated Rey Mysterio on the November 15 episode.

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