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EC3 Reveals How Conversations With Vince McMahon Went

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Former WWE Superstar and ROH performer EC3 recently spoke to the WrestlingINC Daily show. EC3 discussed a number of topics during the podcast, including his ‘failed’ WWE run and the situation surrounding it.

‘If you know, by all means, tell me because I don’t” EC3 began, discussing what halted his push after moving up to RAW fron NXT. “I caught the ire with the guy that makes all the decisions, so he didn’t like something and then maybe he didn’t like something that didn’t directly involve me, and there’s no one else to punish, so I suffer the consequences.”

‘Maybe I just sucked. I don’t know, but it doesn’t matter” EC3 continued. “It really doesn’t matter because it just led me to what was next, and that’s okay.’

EC3 on Vince McMahon

‘Indifference, really,’ EC3 described when talking about conversations with WWE CEO Vince McMahon. ‘Maybe I wasn’t aggressive enough in pitching it too, so that could lay on me, but at the same time, you try, and try, and try, and try and try and nothing happens.”

“I made myself a promise” EC3 continued. “And I broke that promise because there is a negative stigmata a lot of times in the locker room where nothing matters.”

‘Coming up there, I was like, no matter what happens, I’m going to be positive [and] optimistic” EC3 revealed. “I’m going to grind. I’m going to be my absolute best. And I’m going to put it forward, and I didn’t because I fell under the trap of nothing matters and maybe I’m right. Maybe I’m wrong, maybe nothing does matter there or maybe I was my own worst enemy.’

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