Former two times TNA World Heavyweight Champion EC3 aka Ethan Carter III who is also a four times WWE 24/7 Champion recently talked about his experience on working with former WWE star and a former WWE Universal Champion Braun Strowman aka Adam Scherr.
EC3 was first recognized by WWE back in 2009 when he walks on the Florida Championship Wrestling which was the development Territory of WWE back in the time. He even won the FCW Florida Tag Team Championship one time along with Johnny Curtis who is mostly famous under the name of Fandango.
EC3 On His Experience On Working With Braun Strowman
In 2010 he worked as a participant of the NXT which was the Talent Hunt competition back in the time. He was still working under his ring name Derrick Bateman. In 2013 he was released by WWE and he started trying to find success elsewhere. He joined Impact Wrestling and at the same time he was working on the independent circuit. He was treated as a main event star in the Impact Wrestling as he won the TNA World Heavyweight Championship two times.
Everybody was expecting a big push for him as he showed great potential outside of WWE. But the plans of WWE were completely different. They brought him back just to bury him completely. His run in WWE is considered as one of the worst runs for any professional wrestler. It completely destroyed all the momentum he gained. In 2020 WWE released him.
EC3 aka Ethan Carter III who is also a four times WWE 24/7 Champion recently spoke to Insight With Chris Van Vliet where he talked about his experience on working with former WWE star and a former WWE Universal Champion Braun Strowman aka Adam Scherr. He said;
“When you think of a guy like that, he was signed and put in the system. So he knows nothing but the system he is accustomed to, until he shows up to this dimly lit bar in downtown Orlando.
“Adam seeing that we had no catering, no locker room, he knows it going into it. But seeing him experience something different, it opens his eyes to see what else is out there and how does this work? What’s fortunate for him is that he had a great run and he is a great talent.
“He can pick anywhere to go and get a great reaction. But after a month, fans can go, ok, well what’s next? But his ability to re-create what he wants to be within the narrative, this is what he can bring to the table. As far as wrestling goes and where he goes, who’s to say?”
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