Goldust hints that he's walking away from WWE

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WWE veteran Goldust has hinted on his official Twitter account that it could be time for him to walk away from the company.

The 47-year-old is one of the oldest members of the current roster, just four years younger than The Undertaker, and he hasn't been seen on TV for a while now.

In fact, the last time Goldust was on TV was to be a comedic character, much like he has been for the majority of his career, teaming up with R-Truth and forming the tag team 'Golden Truth'.


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Although the segments were gently humerous and a breathe of fresh air during a packed Monday Night Raw, it was still very apparent that his role with the company is diminishing.

Now that his father, Dusty Rhodes, and his brother, Cody Rhodes are both away from the company, with the former sadly passing away earlier this year, and the latter leaving to join TNA, Goldust may feel his time is coming to an end as well.

Goldust has been a part of WWF/WWE for over 20 years, and his time with the company has been an interesting one.

Some storylines have been truly bizarre, whilst his character will certainly go down as one of the weirdest to ever grace WWE television.

However, he's still enjoyed relative success with the company, winning 15 titles, with nine of them being the Hardcore Championship.

With plans for him thin on the ground, Goldust is clearly thinking about his future, and his latest tweet suggests that he thinks his time is up.

You can see his tweet below.

With the new era well underway, it's easy to see why Goldust is considering his future being away from the squared circle.

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