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WWE star Titus O’Neil says he’s moved on from his 60-day suspension for grabbing Vince McMahon on the stage following Daniel Bryan’s retirement event in February.
O’Neil also interestingly told Miami TV entertainment reporter Chris Van Vliet that he’s prepared to jump back into the mix for WWE, but if it doesn’t work out, then he’s ready to try other things.
“That’s done and over with. It was my mistake,” Titus said. “It’s all over now. I’m back in the ring, excited about moving forward with both in and outside-the-ring career. We’ll see what happens.”
As for whether he thinks the incident will affect his future in WWE, O’Neil said, “No, I don’t think so. My punishment was served. I handled it with class. I am a very blessed individual; I have a million things I could do. I look forward to doing those things in WWE, but if it doesn’t happen, I’ll be fine.”
O’Neil gave the interview time to Van Vliet at a press event Sunday in New York City for the new “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2” movie. O’Neil noted he was supporting WWE colleague Sheamus (Rocksteady) and Gary Anthony Williams (Bepop).