WWE legend Dave Bautista says he’s resigned from wrestling for great

WWE legend Dave Bautista says his wrestling days are accomplished for acceptable.

Notwithstanding numerous grapplers truly breaking their assertion and returning for one final large match and payday, the “Guardians of the Galaxy” star demands he won’t be one of them.

During a meeting with Enosh Fee for chief Zack Snyder’s foundation show Justice Con, Bautista, 52, immediately destroyed any discussion of him getting back to wrestling.

“Don’t put that out there, people will jump all over that [laughs],” Bautista said. “‘He’s coming out of retirement!’ No, I’m not.”

A few maturing stars have as of late got back to the squared circle, and the rise of All Elite Wrestling has given wrestlers a alternative to resume their career.

Wrestling legends Sting, The Big Show and Christian all as of late joined the adversary association after time away from the ring. Also, WWE Hall of Famer Adam “Edge” Copeland was in the included session at WrestleMania 37 on April 11 after almost 10 years from the ring.

“It’s so hard to convince people that I’m actually retired,” Bautista added. “You have no idea how tough that discussion is. When a professional wrestler retires, they don’t really retire, they kind of retire. If the paycheck or event is big enough, they’ll come out of retirement. It’s just not that way with me. I exited the business in such a storybook way, I could never go back. I’m just done. I got to finish on my own terms and nothing is going to bring me back and take away from that.”

This isn’t the first run through Bautista has revolted against the possibility of a rebound.

In the midst of AEW prodding a blockbuster marking toward the beginning of March, Bautista killed reports he was the organization’s most recent obtaining.

“They must concoct another word that is utilized explicitly for proficient grapplers who really mean it when they say they’re resigned,” Bautista tweeted. “Presently the word ‘resigned’ has zero believability by proficient wrestling norms.”

Bautista has changed to a fruitful profession in Hollywood since he at first left the WWE in 2010. He will star in Snyder’s most recent film “Multitude of the Dead” which is set to hit theaters and Netflix on May 21.

The previous six-time WWE champion last wrestled at Wrestlemania 35 in April 2019, losing to long-term coach Paul “Triple H” Levesque in a “No nonsense” match.

WWE declared Bautista as an inductee into the organization’s Hall of Fame class in 2020 however because of the COVID-19 pandemic, plans to respect him have been deferred.