Originally Posted by Robstar
Short for his time in the ring, but the guy hasn't been diagnosed with anything terminal (that I know of) so I could easily see him becoming the next Gorilla Monsoon to stick around the business well past his wrestling days in order to help the young talent. UT in a mentor role doesn't mean UT has to be in the ring to mentor them. His presence alone without having to go in the ring would be enough to give any young star the rub and with how dedicated to the industry the man has been thus far, I could easily see him doing something like this. The guy makes appearances for NXT to promote and encourage young talent so why not as a handler?