Some of your favourite WWE superstars may call it quits by next year 2022. Here are five of them who may be in the final moments of their professional career.
1. AJ Styles:
AJ Styles' contract with the WWE will expire by 2022 and if he doesn't re-sign, that may just be the end of his professional wrestling career.
Samoa Joe is currently in a difficult position with the WWE, who have refused to clear him and that means he could call it quits at any moment.
2022 would be Shelton Benjamin's final year with WWE, as stipulated in his contract and the 46-year old may have to say goodbye to his professional career.
Edge's contract with WWE would come to an end by 2022 and the Canadian wrestler may likely call it quits after that.
5. Bobby Lashley:
For the most part of 2021, Lashley made headlines for winning the world title. His four-year contract which was signed in 2018 would expire by 2022 and that could be the end of his professional wrestling career.
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