Aleistar Black has been hitting more of a stride on Raw since the end of 2019. His rivalry with Buddy Murphy was a launching point for him on the main roster and now he has the opportunity to continue to rise.
Although his main roster debut took place just over a year ago, fans are quick to look to the future. Black was recently asked about how long he plans to work for WWE. Here was his answer:
“I always find these questions difficult to answer. Same thing with the action figure thing. It was a goal, but I just try not to flip out over them too much, because I hope that there’s like so much to come. I feel if I react a certain way it might be taken the wrong way. It was still cool. Questions like that I feel like are very important to me at the end stages of my career. Hopefully, I have another five to ten years left of being in WWE.”
So it seems WWE fans can exhale and know Black isn’t going anywhere. It could be 2030 before Black finally hangs up his WWE boots.
He has been under contract with WWE since 2017. He made his debut at the United Kingdom Championship Tournament show under his indie name Tommy End before officially debuting in NXT at Takeover: Orlando.
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