‘Gronk’ cuts WWE-style promo with brother’s former college teammate

April 14th, 2015 by Staff

Gronkowski (left) worked with Mojo Rawley, a WWE developmental talent, on a promo recently.


(BroBible.com) NEW YORK – When Rob Gronkowski has played his last game in the NFL, he will have a career in the WWE as an option or at least a hype man.

The New England Patriots tight end teamed up with Mojo Rawley. Rawley, who’s birth name is Dean Muhtadi, played football at
Maryland with Gronk’s brother, Dan Gronkowski. After being undrafted, Muthadi played for two seasons in the NFL with the Green Bay Packers and the Arizona Cardinals until being forced to retire from a calf injury.

Since 2013, Muhtadi has been wrestling in WWE’s developmental system NXT. Rawley like Gronk has suffered debilitating injuries, and has been out of wrestling action since with a shoulder injury last September. But that free time allows him to cut awesome promos with Gronkowski.

On Sunday, Gronkowski and Rawley with his sweet pink Zubaz shorts cut an impressive WWE-style promo where they declare that they want to form a tag team.

Gronk broadcasts to the world, “We don’t get hyped! We stay hyped!”

Meanwhile, Pats fans are pleading that the often injured Gronkowski stay away from any sports real or fake.


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