Terry Funk and Pro Wrestling's 5 Shortest Retirements

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Terry Funk and Pro Wrestling's 5 Shortest Retirements
Terry Funk has retired more than once (NWA promotional photo)

Hardcore legend Terry Funk has retired too many times to count.

Hey, this is a guy who first announced his retirement from the business in 1983. He came back a few months later. In the three decades since then, he's quit and come back numerous times, to the point where it's become a joke in the industry.

According to Fighting Spirit Magazine, Funk admitted to the Ministry of Slam radio show back in January that this time he really did think he was done with in-ring action. Considering his age (he's 68) and worn-down physical state, this actually sounded quite believable.

Was Funk genuinely telling the truth this time?

Hah! Of course not. Only last week, he got physically involved at an event for indy company 2CW and appears to be heading for a grudge match with ROH's Kevin Steen soon.

In fairness to Funk, he's hardly the first wrestler to have a short retirement. Let's have a look at the top five most glaring examples.

Retirement? In wrestling? There's no such thing...

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