Kevin Owens is now a WWE veteran, as well as having established himself as a point of reference within the roster. The Canadian superstar is currently in a feud with Bloodline, the stable headed by Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns.
Many are wondering if the two will face off in a PPV in the near future. In recent weeks, rumors of a possible knee injury by knockout have been circulating. According to some insiders, Owens would have fought even injured at Survivor Series: WarGames.
“KO's knee held up, but it's still not in perfect condition. He finished the match and went to the next house show, so he's not too bad. Two weeks ago, there was great concern and it was feared that he would have to stay in the pits for a long time.
Fortunately, he dodged that bullet ”- reported Dave Meltzer, well-known correspondent of the 'Wrestling Observer'
New details on Kevin Owens
Guest in the latest edition of 'After The Bell' - the podcast hosted by Corey Graves - Kevin Owens spoke about his physical conditions: "I feel quite good, even if my shape changes from day to day.
If I were to ask myself the same question again tomorrow, it is not certain that I would give the same answer as today. I had a back problem a few weeks ago and then felt pain in my knee. I didn't know if my knee would hold up at Survivor Series, but luckily everything went well and it turned out to be a great match." KO also revealed how his role in the company has changed: “I thought I was more inclined to play a babyface, instead I was told that I am also convincing as a heel.
It doesn't matter what kind of character I have to play, I just want to do a good job. What do I think of the new course initiated by Triple H? The Game is a champion both in and out of the ring. I've always respected him very much.
I would never have gotten this far without his help." While speaking to Fightful, Kevin Owens spoke about Roman Reigns being a part of the dressing room and not having his own private dressing room. "I've always admired Roman a lot, for a lot of reasons.
To me, no matter the amount of success he achieved and how he clearly was the face of the company, he was always just one of the boys. He never had his own locker room like other people would. I'm talking like, you can pretty much peg their own locker room when they come around.
Those are the guys who come once in every blue moon, but there were guys on our roster that were there every day and they had their own locker room and it just blew my mind."