At 2/10/16 04:05 PM, TheMaster wrote:
He talks about how he never felt he had any flare for teaching in his book, but I guess we'll see. Dusty left some big shoes to fill down in Full Sail.
Yeah. It really will depend on how he can let go of the business. You have guys like Stone Cold and Shawn Michaels that struggled with retirement at first, but grew to love it and all the new things they could do with their time. Then you have guys like Ric Flair that just can't seem to exist without some involvement. Or you go the Mick Foley route, where you are involved, but more as an observer, writing books and such.
Bryan always struck me as the kind of guy who IRL could be super content as a hermit, so he may be happy never getting back into the business once he's acclimated to 'civilian' life.
On the other hand, his wife is still working and will be on the road a lot. So it's almost impossible for him to not constantly be connected to the business. He may need something to fill that hole, at least until Brie retires too.