Fans have taken notice of WWE legend Batista’s new beard on Twitter. One of the most well-liked WWE superstars in the company’s history is The Animal. He accomplished everything in the squared circle and is currently flourishing as a Hollywood star. In recent Instagram postings, Batista has been sporting a beard.
On St. Patrick’s Day, the WWE veteran posted a new image to his Instagram and Twitter accounts. In the tweet’s reply section, fans showered the WWE veteran with praise. The 54-year-old celebrity has now been absent from professional wrestling for approximately four years. At WrestleMania 35 in 2019, his final appearance in the ring took place. That evening, he competed in a No Holds Barred match against Triple H and lost.
Soon after, he announced his retirement. “I have a hard time persuading folks that I am in fact retired. Professional wrestlers kind of retire rather than truly retire when they call it quits. They will leave retirement if the payment or occasion is significant enough. Just not the case with me. I left the company in a fashion that was so idyllic that I was unable to return.” With his many different parts in Hollywood movies throughout the years, Batista has won over fans’ admiration.
WrestleMania 39’s opening night
He seemed to be content with building a reputation as an actor, so a return to professional wrestling is unlikely. All indications seem to lean strongly towards two women headlining WrestleMania 39’s opening night. The Undisputed WWE Universal Championship match between Cody Rhodes and Roman Reigns has been scheduled to conclude Night Two for some time.
But there has been some debate in the wrestling community about who should receive the accolades for the opening night. Despite all the options being considered, Rhea Ripley vs. Charlotte Flair for the “SmackDown” Women’s Title seems to have won out in the end. Asuka vs. Bianca Belair for the “Raw” Women’s Championship appeared to be the “stronger” possibility, with the “SmackDown” Women’s Title defence being the night’s final women’s event.