EC3 says he controls the narrative following his WWE release

By Jason Powell, Editor (@prowrestlingnet)

EC3 took to social media to address being released from his WWE deal earlier this week. “No. I will not do your podcast,” EC3 wrote on Twitter. “No. I will not do an interview for your website.⁣ No. I am not interested in doing your autograph signing in eight months.⁣ For the first time, in a long time…⁣ I control the narrative now.⁣”

Powell’s POV: I don’t want to spoil anything, but EC3 will NOT be my next guest on the Pro Wrestling Boom podcast. I’m used to be rejected, but not before I actually ask the question. Yikes! All kidding aside, I remain baffled by how poorly EC3’s latest WWE run went. I assumed he would do very well on the main roster, but he never received any love from the company’s creative forces.


Readers Comments (2)

  1. It is so sad that he of all people did not get the proper chance to shine. I thought for sure when he was called up from NXT (shouldn’t have been in developmental in the first place), he would be an instant top star. He looks the part, he has terrific mic skills (made a mute and flexing), and can have some tremendous matches. It is just sad how Vince just outright missed out on this star wrestler. I truly want him to go to AEW and work with MJF. Those two together are money, big money.

    • I just don’t think you’ll ever see WWE push a guy who was built in Impact, at least as long as Vince is in charge. Styles might be the quick counter argument, but I think WWE pushed him because of his NJPW work.

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