During a recent interview with The Sun, WWE Superstar Karrion Kross commented Logan Paul’s match with Roman Reigns at Crown Jewel, possibly facing Logan Paul in the future, and more.
You can check out some highlights from the interview below:
On Logan Paul and the match with Roman Reigns at Crown Jewel: “I would be happy to face Mr. Paul, I have no problem whatsoever being in the ring with him. Absolutely zero. In terms of him paying his dues or whatnot, I understand that that’s a perspective by many people [but] I personally don’t have an opinion on it. I can’t hate this guy’s hustle and I can’t hate his drive in order to challenge himself to do things that people are telling him cannot be done. I do believe that Roman is going to crush him and I think that if he believes that he is only competing against Roman and not the entire Bloodline at this point he’s completely out of his mind. No one else has been able to figure that out against Roman. And I’m pretty sure Roman is well aware of that.”
On being split from Scarlett in his first run: “That was a decision that was made by management at the time and it definitely was not something that was my personal decision. I’m a very big believer in providing continuity for fans. We [Kross and Scarlett] were introduced to the WWE Universe together as a concept that Scarlett, Hunter [Triple H] and I kind of collaborated altogether. So of course my intention would be to preserve the initial presentation and provide that but they just wanted to try something different and you saw what that was.”
On being released from WWE last year: “I got a phone call one day and they basically just said that there were budget cuts. Scarlett and I got the same call. Her and I are very solution-based thinkers. We don’t spend a lot of time grieving about stuff, we like to move forward with things. Honest to God, I’m not just saying this, it’s hard for me to even remember the details of what happened. But I can tell you we were disappointed. But we were also relieved at the same time as well because we were not fulfilled artistically or creatively with what we were doing at the time and we thought, ‘Hey, this is a new opportunity right now, being released to improve different aspects of our lives personally and professionally’.”