Colt Cabana Says He Has A Couple Of Years Left In The Ring

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AEW’s Colt Cabana believes he has just a few more years left in the ring, but also believes that his mind has plenty to deliver to wrestling.

Speaking on a recent edition of “Good Karma Wrestling,” Cabana was asked about his future with AEW. He said,


“I’m coaching backstage at AEW, and I do enjoy that, but my number one passion is professional wrestling and I don’t want to stop until I physically can’t do it. I’m 43, I have a couple of years left. I’m not saying years left to ‘go for a run,’ I mean be a tag team on the undercard. That’s why I’m still there, in hopes of getting the call from ol’ Tony [Tony Khan].

“While I’m there, of course, I love being part of the magic. The way my brain works, I always love the math equation of wrestling and that’s why I excelled to the extent that I did, looking the way that I do. I don’t have the televised professional wrestling look. I think my mind is an asset and they take advantage of it. I don’t mind, I love wrestling.”

After making appearances for AEW in 2019, Cabana signed with the promotion in 2020 and challenged for the ROH World Championship on the November 2, 2022 episode of Dynamite.

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