Titus O’Neil (a/k/a Thaddeus Bullard) spoke with Rapzilla.com about the incident with Vince McMahon that led to his 60-day suspension from WWE. “I always believe in all things there’s always positives in it,” O’Neil said. “I made a mistake at an inopportune time. Regardless if it was too harsh or overreacting or whatever people have deemed it, it all stems from my mistake. Whether I agree with it or not, I am owning it. I’m doing what I’d normally do in any other situation.”
Titus also spoke of friends telling him to quit the business. “They’re right,” O’Neil said. “I can go and coach, I can do a lot of stuff, but at the end of the day, I’ve never quit on anything in my entire life.”
Titus also addressed his future with WWE. “I see now that people are rooting for me to be more successful than I am in this business,” he said. “I’m going to finish out my contract and see what happens from there.” Read the full interview at Rapzilla.com.
Powell’s POV: Titus is suspended through WrestleMania. However, I wouldn’t be surprised if WWE brings him back as a surprise entrant if they go with another Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal. Heck, there’s even a way they could write him into the Shane McMahon storyline by having Shane bring him back.
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