Fred Rosser (Darren Young) Is Open To Returning To WWE As A Coach


Former WWE Superstar Fred Rosser (Darren Young) was a recent guest on the “Comedy Store Podcast” and was asked about a potential return to WWE.

According to Rosser, he’s open to the idea of being a coach and would likely accept an offer if the phone call came in. He said,

“I would love to, I would really love to. I remember when (John) Laurinaitis took over, he called me up and asked me — he hired me in 2009 — when he took over for Mark Carrano, he asked me how I was doing. ‘I’m doing well, I’m with New Japan.’ ‘Yeah, I used to work for All Japan.’ ‘I’m doing well, I’m doing my thing.’ I would love to, I would love to go back to NXT because that’s where I started. I was on the original season of NXT so going back and helping elevate talent. Time ain’t on our side, I’m 38. I want to push it until the wheels come off, but who knows. I remember seeing Norman Smiley during WrestleMania in Dallas and he said, ‘would you ever come back as a trainer?’ Yeah, I’d come back as a trainer, but I’m not ready for it. You’re not going to pull the plug on me, I still have more to do in wrestling. I would love to be a coach or anything like that.“

Rosser is currently working for New Japan Pro Wrestling.

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(h/t – Fightful)

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