WWE News: Apollo Crews reveals how Titus O'Neil has helped him in his career
What’s the story?
During a recent interview with Planeta Wrestling, WWE superstar Apollo Crews spoke about the influence of his Titus Worldwide tag team partner Titus O’Neil and what advice he has been receiving as a performer’s point of view ever since he started teaming up the O’Neil on Monday Night Raw.
In case you didn’t know…
Following his draft to Monday Night Raw back in April of 2017, Apollo Crews caught the attention of Titus O’Neil and his newly formed faction The Titus Brand (now billed as The Titus Worldwide). Ever since being recruited to the Titus Worldwide, Crews has been teaming up with Titus O’Neil on regular occasions on Monday Night Raw and the two men have also recently challenged The Bar for the Raw Tag Team Championships.
The heart of the matter
While speaking with Planeta Wrestling, Apollo Crews opened up about his relationship with Titus O'Neil and revealed how the 40-year-old has helped him in developing as a performer in the WWE. Crews said O'Neil, has helped him understand the concept that WWE is not only all about wrestling but there are times when a superstar has to learn on how to entertain the audience.
Crews added, O'Neil has been helping him to be more relaxed on camera and has been providing him with support in order to open up his on-screen personality.
“I just want to be a great wrestler, but I think there is a lot more to that when it comes to WWE and he has helped me to understand that, which has worked out a lot better for me. People have recognized that I have a lot more of a personality and I do have character and charisma so I thank him for that every day”- Crews stated.
Over the past weekend, we witnessed Apollo Crews make a return to the Independent scene as he competed in PCW’s Road to Glory tournament. However, over in the WWE, Apollo continues to team up with Titus O’Neil and represent The Titus Worldwide on the red brand of WWE.
Apollo Crews is a superstar of such caliber who has the capability of making it big within the WWE, both as singles or a tag team superstar. However, I believe that WWE has somehow failed to recognize Crews’ potential and keeping him in the mid-card hasn’t been helpful either.