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

#4. WWE Superstar The Miz

Like Dolph Ziggler and Bobby Lashley, The Miz is currently also in his 40s. He joined WWE in 2004 and has been working in the company ever since. Throughout his 17-year WWE career, The Miz has accomplished almost everything. The 41-year-old is the only two-time Grand Slam Champion in history. He is also a former Money in the Bank winner.

During a Q&A session on Twitter last year, a fan asked the former WWE Champion about the age he plans to hang up his boots. The Miz did not give a definitive answer. Nonetheless, The "most must-see" WWE Superstar said he would retire whenever wrestling stopped being fun for him.

The former United States Champion is a multi-talented individual. In the past few years, he has participated in several projects outside the squared circle. He currently has his own reality show, Miz and Mrs. The Awesome One has also acted in a few movies.

The Miz has been absent from WWE since August due to his participation in Dancing With The Stars. His last match came on the August 23 episode of Monday Night RAW against Xavier Woods, in which he lost.

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