Sarah Logan Reveals Plans to Return to Wrestling as a Mother

Sarah Logan was released from WWE back in April along with a number of other WWE stars. Logan was the only main roster female talent to be axed by WWE officials but later went on to announce that she was expecting her first child with husband Raymond Rowe.

Rowe currently wrestles for WWE as one half of The Viking Raiders, and the couple announced their happy news on their Youtube Channel called The Wild and Free. Earlier this week, it was confirmed that Logan was expecting a baby boy and that he would carry his father’s name since the couple had already chosen the name, Raymond.

While it’s unknown when Logan’s due date is, the former WWE star recently spoke to Table Talk where she revealed that she wants to be a “badass mum” for a while and then return to wrestling and have the “Beth Phoenix/Edge life.”

“No one retires from professional wrestling. I never said I was retired, but no one retires. Ric Flair can’t even retire. D-Von can’t retire. No one retires. I’m sure one day I will come back to wrestling, I’ve wrestled since I was 17 years old. When you specialize in something like I specialized in wrestling, you only show a quarter of who you are, like a fraction of who you are.”

“I’m really enjoying starting my farm and starting this YouTube thing together. I have some stuff within the hunting and outdoor community. I’m really excited about it. So far since I’m pregnant, I have hunted hogs. I’m going bear hunting on my birthday. I got some whitetail hunts I’m going on. I’m going to be a badass mom for a while and wear that crown for a little bit.”

“I’m sure I’ll go back to wrestling. It’s something I grew up on. It’s something in my blood and I will definitely come back. I grew up in a house where my dad was always at work and so was my mom because they were supporting us. We had a poor family so our family was constantly working. If I can give my child the most stable life. I can introduce wrestling in there, nice. I want the Beth Phoenix-Edge life.”