Titus O’Neil Is Writing A Book
It appears as though WWE Superstar Titus O’Neil is writing a book. Before beginning his professional wrestling career, O’Neil was chasing a professional football career. He played high school football and earned a scholarship to do the same for The University Of Florida.
O’Neil played in the Arena Football League for four years. He played for teams such as the Utah Blaze, Tampa Bay Storm, Las Vegas Gladiators and Carolina Cobras. In 2009 WWE signed him to a developmental deal, thus sparking the beginning of his professional wrestling career.
A fan on Twitter asked O’Neil if he’d ever consider writing an autobiography about his journey. He revealed he’s actually in the process of doing that now and expects a Summer of 2019 release date:
I’m the process now of writing one. Summer 2019 arrival ????? https://t.co/qYoMCXeBfM
— Titus O'Neil (@TitusONeilWWE) August 5, 2018
MTV Star Teases Interest In WWE Career
Another MTV star could be considering a career in WWE. The professional wrestling juggernaut struck gold when they signed The Miz off his appearance in MTV’s Real World in 2004. He has gone on to main event WrestleMania, win the WWE Championship and capture both the Intercontinental and United States Titles several times.
Johnny Bananas, who is the most successful participant in the history of MTV’s The Challenge, could be looking to mimic The Miz’s transition from reality TV to professional wrestling. A fan Tweeted Bananas and mentioned he could have a great deal of success in WWE if given the opportunity.
Bananas responded by admitting the idea is a compelling one:
@MTVBananas should do WWE he’s been on reality TV for almost 20 years he’ll bring the WWE that realness it’s looking for. He’ll create drama stir pots knows how to work a crowd. @WWE can have there own Conor Mcgregor i mean they took The Miz they can bring bananas to. pic.twitter.com/bHx81Df9mx
— Iwan is money (@MTV_iwan) August 5, 2018
— Johnny Bananas (@MTVBananas) August 5, 2018