WWE has seen plenty of Superstars jump over from different forms of sports and entertainment. George Kittle is a life-long WWE fan, and he isn’t saying no to a possible WWE run. In fact, the NFL star says the idea sounds fun to him.

TMZ recently approached the 49ers star, who was asked about a possible jump from the NFL to the wrestling world. George Kittle has been to WWE events in the past, and he’s also shared social media interactions with Superstars, so the idea sounds like a good one to him.

“Sounds fun!”

Kittle said that he “has the personality” for pro wrestling, and his ring-name would be “George.” That might just work for him.


Other names that came over from the pro football world to WWE include Baron Corbin, and even Pat McAfee has taken some impressive bumps in the ring. Of course, The Rock and Roman Reigns also had their taste of the gridiron before making the jump to Vince McMahon’s company.

George Kittle still, very likely, has a long road in the NFL ahead of him. Only time will tell if his path every finds its way to WWE, but the opportunity seems to be on the table.

The big question is whether WWE is interested in signing George Kittle. If their reputation of bringing in cross-over athletes is any indication of things, Triple H would happily pick up the phone if Kittle’s camp gives WWE a call.

What’s your take on this situation with George Kittle in WWE? Sound off in the comments!

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