WWE: Rob Gronkowski reveals he'd like to star in WWE

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The WWE has made its considerable money off creating larger than life characters that fans can connect with a root for.

When you think of all Mick Foley's characters, The Rock, Stone Cold Steve Austin, The McMahon Family and even someone like Hurricane Helms, you think of enthralling personas you either loved or hated and definitely wouldn't get to see on any other TV channel.

Gronk in WWE?

This is exactly why Vince McMahon has got to be looking at New England Patriots star Rob Gronkowski with giant cartoonish dollar signs in his eyes. 'Gronk' is the biggest character in all of sports today and he could be interested in moving over to 'Sports Entertainment.'

FOX Sports recently spoke with the NFL star and brought up the teaser promo he posted earlier this week with Mojo Rawley, who competes in the WWE's developmental territory, NXT.

"My boy Mojo Rawley is in the WWE's NXT and he just got back from an injury, so he's about to start amping it up again and he's doing a great job," Gronk said. "He's my boy and he's killing it. I love watching him. We were just chilling and we cut a promo together and we had a blast."

Potential Future

Then things got a lot more interesting, as Gronkowski revealed that he would be incredibly open to the possibility of appearing on WWE TV, not just as a manager or hype man, but potentially even getting in the ring himself.

"I can definitely see something in the future. Hopefully Mojo Rawley starts wrestling a lot and starts doing what he has to do and makes it to "Monday Night Raw", if my boy is there, I'm there for an appearance."

Gronk said he would be open to managing, wrestling or "all of it" when it comes to what WWE has to offer.

Vince would be all over Gronk in the WWE quicker than Ronda Rousey can get an opponent in an arm bar. Gronkowski in the WWE would make a lot of money if he ever actually stepped foot in the ring to wrestle and it would also bring in media attention from sources that don't tend to report on the company. 


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