Former Champion In WWE Announces Retirement

Former Champion In WWE Announces Retirement
Former Champion In WWE Announces Retirement


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Everyone hangs it up eventually. Like any other athlete, there is a limit to how long a wrestler can go in the ring. At some point they are going to have to hang up their boots and be done with their career. Every wrestler retires, and some of them do it while they still have something left. Occasionally you get to see someone walk away in a positive light, and that is the case again.

Former WWE star and former Tag Team Champion Ken Doane, better known as Kenny from the Spirit Squad, has announced that he has retired from wrestling. Doane, 40, said in a tweet that he has made some smart investments and is able to leave wrestling and be with his family. After wrestling for WWE from 2004-2008, Doane wrestled on the independent circuit and wrestled for Ring of Honor and Major League Wrestling, mainly as part of the Spirit Squad.

Doane was around for a little while. Check out his time in WWE:

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