NFL Player Wants to be a WWE Superstar; Comments on Mark Henry Losing to John Cena

Mike Killam

According to a report by NESN.com, Brennan Williams, offensive lineman for the Houston Texans, has plans to become a WWE Superstar following his retirement from the NFL. Don't expect this transition to happen any time soon, however, as the 22-year-old was just picked up in the 2013 NFL draft, and is looking to have a long career in professional football. 

Williams is an avid WWE fan, live tweeting during Raw and Money in the Bank this week. He also commented on Mark Henry's loss to WWE Champion John Cena, live on pay-per-view. 

"That cut me pretty deep when Mark lost. Especially tapping out. I’m kind of like, ‘This is the twilight of his career. Just give him the title.’ He kind of deserves it. I didn’t honestly think he was going to win, but I knew in my heart of hearts that he could do it. That hurt me, but I thought for the most part it was a good match.”

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