For many, social networking can be a toxic environment, but Kevin Owens decides to have a little fun with his fans. He lately had an amusing Twitter exchange. It all started this week when Owens shared a clip from his promo on Monday Night Raw. A fan commented, Where is your originality with every other wrestler’s finishers? As a finisher, the former WWE Universal Champion primarily employs the stunner, an iconic move made famous by Steve Austin, or the pop-up powerbomb.
Owens responded, Nobody does everybody’s finishing move. Brett, I’m a groundbreaker. Well, trailblaze yourself a fresh completing move that you invented, you appear to be a follower to me, stated the fan. Owens responded by writing, No, Brett. I’ll simply copy everyone even more. In fact, my name has been changed to Kevinn. And you think you’re the only one who can pose for a selfie in front of a body of water whereas looking depressed?! Nope.
Owens worked a singles match with Drew McIntyre on this episode of Raw, which ended when The Usos hit McIntyre, who will face Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns at Clash at the Castle. Kevin Owens has been absent from WWE TV for nearly a month, and yet it’s about to change. As per reports, as of Sunday night, a KO Show segment is planned for the 7/18 episode of WWE Raw.
Despite not being publicised by WWE, Owens has indeed been listed internally on the show’s rundown. He was probably not advertised in advance because there was uncertainty about his return date. The Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida will host this week’s Raw.
According to the report, an Elias segment was planned for last week’s WWE Raw but was cancelled due to Owens’ absence. This week, The Drifter could interrupt the KO Show segment to advance the Owens – Elias/Ezekiel/Elrod storyline. Owens was earlier pulled from the red brand’s 6/26 episode for unspecified reasons. He was scheduled to wrestle Elias, Ezekiel, or Elrod in a Money in the Bank qualifying fight that evening.
Rather, WWE managed to hold a Last Chance Battle Royal to determine who would win the final spot in the ladder match, which Riddle did. Following that, Dave Meltzer revealed that Owens missed the event due to a serious issue and would be returning soon. Owens attended the NHL Draft earlier this month in his hometown of Montreal, Quebec, Canada, halting the NHL Network’s telecast while wearing a Dusty Rhodes shirt.