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Titus O’Neil Does Not Believe He’s Had His Last Match

Titus O’Neil is proud of his in-ring career, but he doesn’t believe it’s over just yet.

O’Neil spoke with the media during a WWE Community event on SummerSlam weekend. During the scrum, Titus noted many of his accomplishments that took place outside of the ring. WrestleZone’s Bill Pritchard asked O’Neil if he could narrow down his greatest in-ring accolade.

“I would call my greatest in-ring accomplishment winning the WWE Tag Team Championship. It was a very special night for both me and Darren Young. I got a chance to do it with legitimately one of my closest friends. [He’s] the first openly gay WWE Superstar and the way that he was able to be himself and be an inspiration to so many people,” O’Neil explained, “I would say being able to be part of that is definitely a highlight of my career.”

Titus O’Neil was also asked if he’s had his last match. Despite not competing in nearly three years, he’s not shutting the door on his career yet.

“Have you seen my last match? I don’t think so,” Titus stated. “Again, like everything, you never say never in this business. And so I would consistently say no, I don’t think so, but time will tell.”

Titus O’Neil’s last match was a United States Championship loss to Bobby Lashley on the November 9, 2020 episode of WWE Monday Night RAW.

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