Former NRL first grade winger Daniel Vidot is swapping his footy boots for wrestling boots after signing a contract with the WWE.
The big outside back has impressed the company run by Vince McMahon after two trials.
He will be joined by fellow league player, Englishman Luke Menzies.
Vidot made his NRL debut with the Canberra Raiders in 2009 and also played for Brisbane, St George Illawarra, Gold Coast and in England with Salford.
The Samoan International has previously stated his love for wrestling naming The Undertaker as his favourite grappler.
WWE has signed 28-year-old Australian Rugby Player Daniel Vidot to a developmental contract. He is of Samoan and Irish descent.— casey michael (@ifyouseekcasey) May 12, 2018
He's had 2 WWE tryouts, the most recent being in October 2017.
He's in FL now to sort out his housing. pic.twitter.com/CHhFFD7cJf