Dave Batista Says He Doesn't Miss The WWE Because The Company Bulls.

Dave Batista Says He Doesn't Miss The WWE Because The Company Bulls.

Looks like Dave Bautista wont be returning in the ring anytime soon... Specially now that the prowrestler now turned actor has revealed that he doesn't miss the WWE because their bull****.

Bautista, who recently made appearance on Chris Jericho podcast show "Talk is Jericho podcast" revealed that he misses getting into the ring, but he doesn’t miss the WWE itself, or, more specifically, dealing with WWE’s bull****.




“Yeah, I miss it a lot,” Bautista said when asked if he misses the ring. “There’s nothing like it, you know that. There’s just an adrenaline rush that goes along with it. What I don’t miss is the company, to be honest with you. I don’t miss WWE. I miss wrestling, I just don’t miss dealing with the company and its bullshit. Yeah it’s the bullshit man, it’s just too much bullshit.”

However, Bautista says if he returns to the WWE it will be to face Triple H and that will be his retirement. But looks like the company is not interested in Bautista's idea.

“I’ve asked, yeah, I’ve asked,” Bautista told Chris Jericho. “I’ve asked for what I want. I’ll tell you and I’ve talked to [Triple H] about it and I’ve talked to Vince [McMahon] about it. I said I would come back and run a whole program with [Triple H]. That’s the only thing I’m interested in doing. They’re just not interested in it, you know?”

“It would be what I would go out on,” he said. “I would come back and I’d do a whole program and then I’d be done.”

“I’ve run it by them a few different times and they just say ‘yeah, we’ll think about it,'” Bautista revealed. “That’s every time I ask them about it. ‘Yeah, I’ll think about it.'”

Bautista left the WWE and porwrestling to pursuit a career in acting and has since then starred in The Man with the Iron Fists (2012), Riddick (2013), Guardians of the Galaxy (2014), the 24th James Bond film, Spectre (2015), L.A. Slasher (2015), the 2016 Kickboxer reboot, Kickboxer: Vengeance, and the current Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017). Bautista is also currently filming Marvel' Avengers: Infinity War which is set to hit cinema in 2018.




Bautista returned to WWE in 2014, he won the 2014 Royal Rumble match, and went on to headlined WrestleMania XXX. As a six-time world champion in the WWE, Bautista holds the record for the longest reign as World Heavyweight Champion at 282 days.

Bautista also recently revealed that he thinks Spider-Man full right will be returning to Marvel Studios after Spider-Man: Homecoming, which is slated for 2017.


“Spider-Man is the one I’m really looking forward to. I love that kid – I love Tom Holland. I also love that they’re staying so true to the comics with this whole series and I think that’s because Marvel Studios has gotten involved. I think before, I think it was Sony who had control. And I think they’re doing a partnership now, but I think they will – I don’t know this for sure – but I think they’re going to re-acquire Spider-Man.”

Marvel sold the rights of several of their characters back in the 90s to be able to make it through the 1996 bankruptcy.

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2 is out now and Spider-Man: Homecoming will be released on July 7, 2017.



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