Although I was a college wrestler at Syracuse University, I know almost nothing about the WWE (because they are two completely different animals). However, I do know some things about show business. That's why I'm predicting that the Patriots newest retiree, Rob Gronkowski, will someway, somehow be a part of the Monday Night RAW show tonight at the TD Garden.

I mean, this kind of timing doesn't just happen. After nine dominant seasons, Gronk announces his retirement from the New England Patriots on a random March Sunday night.  Or was it random? Was it strategically mapped out by his Public Relations manager to lead into what is sure to be part of the three-time Super Bowl Champion's future?


   

Gronk has a new brand to build. He's going to try to become the next Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson.  

But is there a possibility that he might come back for a late season/playoff run? His agent says he DOESN'T rule it out!

In his interview with @peter_king, Gronk's agent, Drew Rosenhaus, didn't rule out a potential return of his client sometime in 2019. So that means overanalyzing every single tweet/'gram post for the next 7 to 9 months. #Patriots

— Michael Giardi (@MikeGiardi) March 25, 2019