Kevin Owens has stated that he would like to fight more and on independent promoters, which he believes is possible with the new system triple H🇧🇷
“Prizefighter” became known on the independent circuit when he fought as Kevin Steen for promoters such as Ring of Honor and Pro wrestling guerrilla.
As already announced, Shinsuke Nakamura will face The Great Muta at Pro Wrestling NOAH on January 1.
This appearance was negotiated by the Japanese between WWE and Pro Wrestling NOAH, who came to an agreement.
On After the Bell with Corey Graves, Kevin Owens commented on being booked for this match:
When I saw the match announcement, that’s when I heard Shinsuke’s music [Nakamura] In the video, it gave me the absolute goosebumps. Knowing how great this is for fans, it’s a joy, it’s a surprise.
No one ever thought that this could happen. Not only will it happen, but it’s something I’m sure means a lot to Shinsuke.
“Prizefighter” even mentioned that he would like to compete in the India🇧🇷
I am deeply rooted in the indie scene. That’s where I come from. I still have many friends there.
There are some wrestling companies and indie companies that I still hold near and dear to my heart and would love to come back someday just for fun be it promo Or maybe fight.
This is something I’ve thought about over the years. “Man, I would love it if I could do that someday”🇧🇷 Now that seems more of a possibility than ever. And that doesn’t mean it will happen, but it looks like it might now.
This is very exciting. For fans and fighters.
Would you like to see Kevin Owens wrestle outside of WWE?
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