Imagine, a few years from now, if you heard that The Undertaker was working as someone's secretary. If that sounds unrealistic (which, in fairness, it is), then how about Jinder Mahal quitting the biz to run his own fast food chain? Bizarrely, that one almost happened; after leaving WWE in 2014, the future World Champ contemplated opening his own Subway franchise.
The world almost had creations like 'The Modern-Day Meatball Marinana'.
Growing up, most wrestling fans like to think that the on screen heroes and villains they watch weekly are millionaires who need never work again once they leave WWE. That's not exactly true. For every John Cena sitting atop the money-making mountain, there are other grafters who can't retire on money made during their 10-15 year runs in pro wrestling.
These people have to get other jobs when they stop working for the company, and they're often far from glamorous. In this article alone, former Intercontinental Champions teach Spanish, a man long-considered one of WWE's hardest will clean your car, and one 'Big Bad Booty Daddy' wants your family to enjoy a delicious meal...