NBA Star Dwight Howard Serious About WWE Career If The Offer Was Right, Triple H Responds

Dwight Howard says he is very serious about wanting to work for WWE and if the right opportunity arises he would trade the basketball court for the wrestling ring this year. After interrupting a WWE tryout in Nashville, Howard proved in July that he definitely has the skills to succeed in the square by delivering an epic promo.

Apparently he’s not just planning a small appearance and bail, he’s made it clear that this wasn’t a one-time thing by saying that he really wants to eventually go up against Roman Reigns, Bobby Lashley and the other WWE top performers in near future.

In fact, Dwight said he would have no hesitation in accepting an offer to wrestle in WWE if it was better than what an NBA team could offer him.

NBA Star Dwight Howard ERNST on WWE Career If Offer Was Right, Triple H Responds

Dwight said he could be both a hero and a villain in the organization when asked what kind of personality he would have there. Meanwhile, Triple H seems willing to give him the opportunity; In a recent interview, WWE’s CCO said all Dwight had to do was give him a call to get started.

What do you think? Are you a fan of Dwight Howard and do you think he could be successful in WWE? Let us know in the comments below.

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