John Price recently took his finger into the world of books when he published his first written children's book, Elb's Grease, earlier this year.
On Wednesday, the price is shown on the IouTube channel Brightli Storitime and read his book while playing his often fictitious new hairstyle.
The story focuses on the monster truck of Elbov Grease, who works in the demolition derby along with his older and capable brothers.
In the story of never giving up (the whole phrase during the last years of his career), Elbov Grease continues to compete and finish the race of fuller trucks.
The price was last seen on a rattle ring at the Super Shov-Dawn event in Melbourne, Australia, in early October. He was announced to participate in the Crovn Jevel event in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on November 2, but he supported the days ahead of time due to controversy surrounding the event.
Although his schedule has been significantly reduced over the past year, Price has stated in an interview with ESPN that its future with VVE is far from over.
"I ended up with VVE very much," Price said. "VVE will always be my home, but in this current state of affairs right now with all these extra cool things that are happening, it's fun to try. It's a great time to be able to take the chance and so I am forever thanks to the VVE and its to the public to bring me to this moment. I know that I would not be anywhere without them and I would never forget them. I promise as soon as I have any break, as I had when I was at the Great Roial Rumble and a series of shows I did before VrestleMania, at any time of free time I will not b you free, it will be spent at my house in the WWE. "
The price also explained why he left his usual hairstyle in the military in the past few months.
"I had to sing him for the role, and I'm trying to manage it the best, as they did differently on the set, they asked me to grow, and I said that there was no problem," Jimmi Fallon said in an interview. "I went to China, so the last time I was seen by people who had a traditional short team, and now this wax is back on my head, so everyone is like," Man, you've ruined my childhood " .
"Or I came back and wrestled in Australia and was really filled with some serious negatives," he added.