Former NFL player Brennan Williams has traded in his pads and uniforms for pads of a different kind and well nothing is replacing his uniform. After being let go by the New England Patriots back at the end of October of this year, Brennan decided to walk away from the NFL to follow his dream to try and enter the WWE. Now just a side note Brennan wouldn't be the first NFL player to make the jump as one-half of the Hype Bros Mojo Rawley is actually a former NFL player as well. Brennan has recently began training at Booker, T's Reality of Wrestling training school in Houston, TX below is some insight I can't provide, but that's why I look to Bleacher Report's Ryan Dillbert to do that for me:
"By that point, he had already decided to pursue wrestling. When the Patriots called, he had an apartment set up in Houston; he had contacted Booker T and was ready to transition. Still, he thought he'd see how things played out in New England.""When a line of students practiced an up-and-under move where one wrestler leaped up in the corner while another rushed in under him, he had to develop his own approach. The average-sized grappler would struggle to get underneath him. And so Williams has learned to springboard off the bottom rope to get himself added height.
In the course of leaping and ducking and repeating, one of his dreadlocks fell off.
The stray hair stayed on the canvas for just a moment, though. Williams bent down and placed the dread in the corner as Jake Roberts would his snake-filled bag or The Miz his sunglasses. There was already a larger-than-life quality to Williams in that instant. He looked the part of a wrestler beyond his girth."
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