Former WWE star praises Kevin Owens

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Former WWE star praises Kevin Owens

During his WWE career, Kevin Owens held the NXT Championship once, the Universal title once, the Intercontinental Championship twice, and the United States Championship three times. Previously, the 37-year-old Canadian won several titles in independent federations such as Ring of Honor, Combat Zone Wrestling and Pro Wrestling Guerrilla.

On January 29, at the Royal Rumble, Owens participated in the royal brawl by entering with number 22 but was eliminated by Shane McMahon. In the next episode of Monday Night Raw, he was defeated by Austin Theory and was unable to participate in the Elimination Chamber match in Saudi Arabia.

On March 7, 'KO' and Seth Rollins took part in a Triple Threat Tag Team match that also included Alpha Academy and RK-Bro. Guest on the latest edition of the 'Kurt Angle Show', Chris Jericho said Kevin Owens is absolutely perfect to work with Stone Cold Steve Austin at WrestleMania 38.

Chris Jericho talks about Kevin Owens

"Kevin Owens is the ideal profile to work with Stone Cold Steve Austin on a date like WrestleMania" - began Jericho, who has become one of the symbols of All Elite Wrestling after a long militancy in WWE.

“No one fits Steve Austin's characteristics better than KO, not even Roman Reigns. Kevin is able to do exactly what Stone Cold needs ”- added Y2J. Chris yelled at Vince McMahon: “I think up until the last time Vince thought I was bluffing and didn't really want to leave WWE.

He believed my goal was to squeeze more money out of him. A person who has known me for so long should have known that I am not that kind of man. I've always been honest with him, I don't blame myself for anything. I'm sure Vince underestimated that situation and that he has some regrets today.

He could have done more to keep me in his company." WWE prepares to host WrestleMania 38 at Arlington's AT&T Stadium. Moss has been out of action for almost a year after revealing that he was struggling with a torn ACL in the fall of 2020.

Moss was undefeated on RAW Underground at the time before taking to Instagram to note that he had achieved the feat whilst struggling with injury. "Over the past 2 months, Riddick Moss has gone undefeated in both #RawUnderground and the #WWEThunderdome, showing elite power, speed, agility, and explosion.

While training, I’ve squatted 500, deadlifted 600, and broad jumped over 10’. I have done all of this with a torn ACL."