Samoa Joe Comments On His Future In Wrestling

March 1, 2022

Samoa Joe was released by WWE for the second time within a year back in January. Since his release, his name has been cause for speculation within the industry.

On Tuesday morning Samoa Joe was a guest on Busted Open Radio and during the interview, Joe went into detail about what he has been doing since his release.

“Since my departure from WWE, I’ve been consumed with outside work, outside of the wrestling industry. A lot of cool voice over work, been busy with that. As far as my future (in wrestling), I kind of started my road back to the ring in NXT. That road never really stopped, I just kept training. Being in the PC at the time with a lot of young talent, working with guys who are now…I want to put over some NXT talent. The Creed Brothers are going to be amazing. Solo Sikoa has the family behind him, he’s going to be an amazing cat. I think the world of a lot of NXT 2.0 guys. Young Bron Breakker is going to be amazing. I was (disappointed) I didn’t get to work with him a little bit more before he’s going to make his eventual rise to the top. It’s in the genes. He knows what’s up,Circling back to his future, Joe said, “We’re training. We’re ready. I’m not on paper with anybody, anywhere, we haven’t signed anything. We’re just kind of exploring our options. I’m taking a little time, personally, to be with the family and sure up things home side. We’ll see what the coming months hold, hopefully, it’ll be positive. I’m not really engaged with anybody or exploring that. I’ve been consumed with my other work, which has been nice, we’re now getting back to pro wrestling and seeing where we go from here.”

Later in the interview, Joe was asked if he would consider joining AEW in the future.

“I’m open to whatever opportunity. At this point, I’m blessed enough that I get to make decisions and get to work on things outside of wrestling, which is a rarity when you’re this far in and committed to the business. The discussions haven’t happened yet. I’ve got my team working on stuff and when they eventually connect, we’ll see if something gets worked out,” replied Joe.

Samoa Joe has been announced along with CM Punk, Bryan Danielson, and The Briscoe Brothers as the first inductees in the ROH Hall Of Fame. You can listen to the inaugural episode of Bodyslam’s new Code of Honor podcast with Kyle Sparks and Kiley Fuller, as well as subsequent episodes every Monday at 3 EST on Bodyslam’s YouTube channel.

H/T Fightful for quotes.

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