Motley Crue might be nearing their end, but singer Vince Neil is certainly prepared to carry on the Crue torch and is already open for future reunions. Chatting with Vegas Rocks magazine (via Blabbermouth), the vocalist pointed out that such reunions would include one-off shows rather than entire tours, just to switch to his own career, dropping major announcement regarding a joint tour with Sammy Hagar of Van Halen fame. "I have my own stuff," he said. "I have my solo band, and we have a lot of touring coming up. And actually, it looks like me and Sammy Hagar are gonna go out together for a long tour next year. I'll be carrying the torch for Motley Crue when Motley Crue is done." Vince also shed light on the matter of guitarist Mick Mars' health, pointing out that his health is by no means a reason for Crue to call it a day, despite drummer Tommy Lee's recent statements indicating the opposite. "I don't know why Tommy would say that," the singer explained. "It really had nothing to do with Mick's health. It was just because we all felt - at least me and Nikki [Sixx] and Mick - felt that it was just we didn't wanna go out on the bottom. We didn't wanna be one of those bands that start fading away. We've been on top for 32 years, and it's great."