Kevin Owens talks being in Money in the Bank if he beats John Cena, most underrated NXT talent
Kevin Owens appeared on the PodNasty Wrestling Podcast and talked about the most underrated talent in NXT, his interest in being in the Money in the Bank Ladder Match and much more. They sent us the highlights below:
NXT's Most Underrated Talent:
"I think the answer to that would be Tye Dillinger, he's a Canadian boy and he's been on TV a few times, he was even on the WWE version of ECW, if you will, a few years ago I believe his name was Gavin Spears at the time. He's in NXT right now, and he's been picking up steam lately so I hope that translates to an NXT TV role.
"I look up to Tye Dillinger. He's been around for a long time and there's just something about him that I really expect and obviously he's become a good friend throughout the last couple of months but regardless of if he was my friend or not I would be saying the same thing right now. He's very talented, and it's not just me who looks up to him, pretty much everyone in the Performance Center looks up to him, not only for the stuff he does in the ring but how he behaves outside of the ring. And I feel like if you're going to say who's the most underrated guy?because there's a lot of underrated guys over there?I'd say Tye Dillinger probably tops that list."
Appearing in the Money in the Bank Ladder Match:
"I have interest in competing in every big event like Money in the Bank or Elimination Chamber or SummerSlam or whatever it is. I want to be part of those shows, I want to be part of that product that's where I want to be. So regardless of what match I would be it whether it be a MITB Ladder Match or if I was just wrestling anybody on that show I definitely want to be there, that's the goal, absolutely. I think beating John Cena at the Elimination Chamber would probably give me a pretty good shot at being [in the Money in the Bank Ladder Match] so that's what I'm thinking about."
Owens also talked about his son's viral reaction to his RAW debut, NXT injuries and much more. You can check out the full interview in the video above.