Cross-promotion has always been a fun topic of discussion in WWE. It has worked in many cases, and superstars from other sports have found success while working for Vince McMahon. A current NBA superstar has said that he may take this same course of action.

Eres Kanter, a Center for the Boston Celtics, was recently interviewed by Shams Charania of The Athletic. In the interview, he said that “I am definitely becoming a WWE wrestler. I already have offers from WWE but I have to finish my basketball career first.”

Kanter has already won championship gold with the company:

One of the most recent success stories with cross-promotion has been with Rob Gronkowski and his recent role as the host of WrestleMania 36. He is also currently the 24/7 Champion and now plays for the Tampa Bay Buccanneers.

Editor’s Opinion:

Why the heck not? He’s a big dude and could bring some more mainstream media attention to WWE.

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