WWE Hall of Famer discusses Big E's future



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WWE Hall of Famer discusses Big E's future

Having spent most of his career as a member of a tag team, Big E is successfully carving out the role of an individual wrestler. The New Day member wowed the entire WWE Universe during the latest pay-per-view Money in the Bank, having managed to grab the briefcase that could pave the way to a world title.

During a recent appearance on Corey Graves', 'After The Bell' podcast, Big E admitted that he still hasn't decided who he wants to target. “It is still very early, I have to make a series of reflections before issuing a final verdict.

The most natural development for me would be to challenge Bobby Lashley, also due to his past with Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods. We'll see what happens between him and Goldberg” - he analyzed. Lashley and Goldberg met last week on Raw, while Roman Reigns is currently engaged in a feud with John Cena and Finn Balor.

Booker T talks about Big E

As part of his 'Hall of Fame' podcast, Booker T advised Big E not to use the briefcase against Bobby Lashley at SummerSlam. The former WWE superstar believes that a storyline with the 'Tribal Chief' would make more sense.

“Would you like to see Big E vs Bobby Lashley? This is the question. Personally, it's not the kind of story I would like at such a time. In my view, the best possible match-up for Big E would be with Roman Reigns. This would result in a much higher quality challenge than the alternative I have just examined" - said Booker T.

Despite his personal successes, Big E has never forgotten how important New Day is for him. "I feel that everything I do adds to the New Day record. I keep fighting for my team, for my family and for all the people who love me.

If it hadn't been for them, I would never have been able to make it into this business”. During the interview, Big E revealed that the welcoming response he received from fans made his day very special. "Everyone has been so lovely, from fans to my peers," he said."

"I think in wrestling, it feels rare that you know when someone wins, it’s usually split to some degree for the most part. This felt, either I missed it, maybe there was some negative reaction, but I didn’t really see much of it. It’s humbling to see so many people be so supportive. It was a special day for me."