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Cristiano Ronaldo Shocks the World with Bold Retirement Announcement: What’s Next Will Leave You Speechless!”

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Cristiano Ronaldo Shocks the World

Portuguese superstar Cristiano Ronaldo has vowed that he won’t be retiring anytime soon following his most recent two-goal performance for Al-Nassr.

Ronaldo has had a fantastic start to the current Saudi Pro League campaign, scoring nine goals and dishing out four assists in six games.

The 38-year-old scored twice against Al-Ahli on Friday night, with his first goal becoming viral because the Al-Ahli goalie, former Chelsea player Edouard Mendy, couldn’t see what was happening.

Ronaldo denied rumors that he is “finished” and insisted that he will play until his legs tell him to stop after maintaining his impressive start to the season.

“They claim that Ronaldo is done… But it’s not true,” the former striker for Manchester United claimed. “I’ll keep playing until my legs tell me to stop, Cristiano.

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“I have a ton left. Still, I enjoy playing football and scoring goals. I still enjoy winning. They claim I’m done, but I keep proving them wrong.

Please ignore the Mediawatch-worthy title before continuing to read about the World Wrestling Entertainment appearance talk.

According to a report in the Mirror, Ronaldo and WWE are ‘engaged in talks’ regarding the former’s participation in their upcoming Saudi Arabian event.

The WWE owners reportedly aim to capitalize on Ronaldo’s attendance at the upcoming Middle Eastern event in November, according to Spanish outlet AS.
The Al-Nassr striker will undoubtedly provide WWE with some tremendous exposure, and there is hope that he will become the newest athlete to enter the ring.

Wade Barrett and Wayne Rooney, a former colleague of Ronaldo’s at Manchester United, got into a spat, with Rooney slapping Barrett while the two were watching an event from the front row.

Roy Keane criticized this and questioned Rooney’s involvement in that “nonsense” as a result.
Al-Nassr defeats Al-Ahli to win their sixth straight game thanks to two goals from Ronaldo and Talisca.

Keane said on ITV, “I always wonder what certain players are doing off the field.”

“I saw him slap a wrestler last week, and I was wondering, ‘Why is he getting involved in all that nonsense?'” He receives no advantage from it. I would investigate that aspect of it.

It’s undoubtedly doing him no good. I have nothing against him going out and having a good time, but you have to set an example if you’re not doing it yourself.

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