Although most members of the bodybuilding community expect Phil Heath to try to get his Sandow Trophy back from Shawn Rhoden, the seven-time Mr. O has some other plans. When Heath was asked about a future in WWE, he did not finish the idea. In fact, he actually talked to it.
If my back and hips can stand it, I would not be a question. https://t.co/GK0AmJ6QYr[19659003-PHILHEATH(@PHILHEATH) January 30, 2019
However, the only raid mentioned by Heath would be his physical condition, with both his back and hips referred to as issues were. He has spent a lot of miles to collect seven Mr. Olympia victories, but this work has its price, as evidenced by various operations, including a hernia operation after the 2017 Olympics.
Nevertheless, Heath was seen on WWE's RAW a few months ago with his friend Mojo Rawley. In addition to Rawley Heath is also friends with The Rock. Damn, Heath even barked at The Rock's body a few months ago.
With only 5 "9", Heath has an incredible figure that excels in playing around the ring and flinging men like rag dolls. Although he would be the most accomplished bodybuilder to step in the ring, WWE has long had the potential to attract bodybuilders into their careers. People like John Cena, Triple H and Dave Bautista have been trying to make the transition to the bodybuilding world.
In the case of Heath, this would be his second career change since he first began his athletic journey as a basketball player. He went to the University of Denver and was on the basketball team every four years.
Obviously, this is more fun than speculation at this point, but the idea that one of the best Mr. Olympias of all time has his WrestleMania moment would definitely be a surreal (and welcome) sight.