WWE can be a tricky place to find success and that can lead to frustration. It seems to have gotten to Kevin Owens.
The former NXT champion is also a former universal champion, a two-time Intercontinental champion, and a three-time United States champion. Owens is pretty far from any title at the moment, as Owens strives in the middle of the bill.
Kevin Owens frustrated with WWE handling
Kevin Owens is usually a nice person, and he likes him backstage. Owens is respected for his hard work and dedication to the business. He also loves professional wrestling and grew up as a fan before coming to Vince McMahon’s company via the independent circuit.
Ringside News learned that Kevin Owens’ stress has changed his behavior backstage. You are not the same happy person you used to be in this situation.
A member of the creative team revealed to the Ringside News portal that he “is simply upset about his uneven thrusts at the company”, but that has made him “a complete jerk” in some respects.
When we asked if the behind-the-scenes positive morale reports also included Kevin Owens, we were answered with a question: “What has the atmosphere been like around Kevin Owens?” He hasn’t been happy, and that promo on Raw Talk was way crazier than some fans thought.
Owens was previously concerned about how WWE was not following the CDC guidelines on face masks and social distancing. He spoke to Vince McMahon about this and he said he would go home if it wasn’t corrected. It was then that WWE decreed a strict policy of fines for all those who do not wear a mask.
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