Former WWE star Buff Bagwell doesn’t believe a return to the squared circle is out of the question!
Marcus “Buff” Bagwell has had his fair share of trials in his life. He was recently working on a documentary project alongside Diamond Dallas Page that chronicled his journey, but the project had to be put aside when he re-entered rehab in August after relapsing on his sobriety journey.
In a new interview on Insight with Chris Van Vliet, Buff Bagwell opened up the circumstances that led to him re-entering a rehabilitation program.
“I have been to rehab 4 or 5 times. Out of those 4 or 5, I didn’t know what was wrong with me for 3 of them. I didn’t know about my sleep apnea. So the 4th one, I took my CPAP with me and if I had listened and would have been ready, I probably could have gotten clean there, but I didn’t, and I came home 20-something days clean. My sobriety date was August 27th of this year. I am clean for 40-something days. I am not a big counter, but I know my sobriety date. Everyone decided for me to go, and it was time, so I went.”
Buff Bagwell also spoke about the idea of him returning to the squared circle, saying that he would love to come back for one more run.
“I would love to wrestle again. I think I have got one more run left in me. I know I do. I know I have got a little bit of a career left. I took a bump with crutches at the GCW Pay-Per-View a year ago. I took a superkick from Joey (Janella) and I took a good clean bump.”
Of course, the idea of one more run could be hindered by the fact that Bagwell could face amputation of his leg following injuries from a car accident in 2020.