WWE SmackDown star and a former two times WWE NXT champion Karrion Kross who is currently active in a feud with Drew McIntyre recently talked about his current Rival and praised him. He said that the Scottish Psychopath gives his 110% in the ring.
Karrion Kross was released from WWE last year due to their budget cut issue regarding the covid-19 pandemic. He was one of the victims of this budget cut issue and he remained out of WWE for over a year. It looked like he really has a very bright future in WWE but it was pretty shocking that he got released.
Karrion Kross Praises Drew McIntyre, Says He Gives His 110% In The Ring
Recently he made his return to WWE and his return was really good. He attacked formal two times WWE World champion Drew McIntyre upon his return and got involved in a feud with the Scottish psychopath for a number of months. He has been pretty impressive since the very first day of his return.
They got their first match at the Extreme Rules pay per view event and it was a Strap match. Karrion Kross earned the victory in this match and it was actually a pretty impressive win. It was his first major match since his return so it was obvious that he was going to win. We hope that Kross has a great future lying ahead of himself.
Karrion Kross who is currently active in a feud with Drew McIntyre recently spoke to where he talked about his current Rival and praised him. He said that the Scottish Psychopath gives his 110% in the ring. He said;
“I’m gonna say something that might surprise a lot of people listening to this but Drew McIntyre is a prime example of somebody in life, not even just in wrestling but in life, he’s been knocked down so many times personally and professionally throughout his entire life and this guy still gets up every day. He might not be inspired, he might not feel enthusiastic or motivated like all of us. We’re all human beings, you know what I mean?
“It’s cool to promote motivation or inspiration or wake up driven. Honestly, people don’t wake up like that but that guy, on the days he wants to do it, on the days he doesn’t, gives 110 percent at everything that he does and a lot of people have counted him out professionally throughout his career and he’s always proved them wrong. That’s somebody in life that anyone could look at and go, you know, ‘I’m down and out on my luck right now.
“But, this guy did it, maybe I can do it too’ and I think those people, they’re important in life because we all deal with resistance in life; physically, mentally, spiritually and a lot of times it feels like you gotta give something up or you can’t go on or you gotta change something, you can’t do what you love anymore.
“He’s a prime example of someone who kept trying to find a way to make it work and he did. He made all of it work. So being able to work with somebody like that, not even just professionally but personally is you just can’t make something like that happen in life. That’s just something that is around and if you’ve prepared for the day when it comes around and you’re lucky enough to be around somebody like that, then it pays off and I felt like for me, it paid off tonight [at Extreme Rules].”
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