Top 15 Wrestlers Who Will Retire In The Next 5 Years

  1. Kurt Angle

With the recent news of Kurt Angle’s impending induction into the WWE Hall of Fame, it’s time to ask ourselves this question: is Kurt Angle even human? He went from winning a gold medal at the Olympics (With a broken freakin’ neck!) to becoming one of the best, most cherished professional wrestlers on the planet. He’s good at everything. In the ring, he’s damn near flawless, putting on some of the best matches of the 2000’s, and on the mic, he’s incredible (And genuinely hilarious). People have been speculating about the end of Angle’s iconic career for a few years now, even Angle himself, and the general consensus is that he should end it in the WWE. Now, with his induction into the Hall of Fame, we have the opportunity to see Angle maybe put on a few more matches and retire with the company where he started it all. Either way, the end is coming for Angle’s career and we should savor it while we can.

  1. Triple H

In all honesty, Triple H doesn’t need to be wrestling at all anymore. To be fair, he only wrestles once a year, at most, because he’s busy trying to create as much new wrestling as he physically can (To be fair, he’s doing a pretty good job; the UK Championship Tournament was great), but he could quit cold turkey anytime and no one would question it. He has nothing left to prove. He’s one of the most decorated superstars in WWE history, one of the most despicable villains to ever grace WWE TV, and he has three different Motorhead songs to use as theme music. He’s made an indelible mark on the business. What’s more, he’s trying to play a role that doesn’t work for him anymore. He wants to be a great villain, but too many fans see him as the guy who brought them NXT, the Cruiserweight Classic, and the UK Championship Tournament. His efforts in those ventures have made him a hero to many fans. It won’t be long before he hangs up his boots and becomes that guy for good.