Lesser admits that Russo might be correct, but you have to run with whatever opportunity WWE presents to you. You take the hand you’re dealt and you try to make the best of it. He says that more often than not, the success rate of NXT call-ups depend on how they’re initially debuted on the main roster. While some guys like Nakamura don’t need an introduction at all, a proper introduction is vitally important to others.
Russo asks Lesser if he started to worry once he began to realize that WWE might not be doing right by him and English. Lesser says that it definitely became evident at a point that things weren’t going as well on the main roster as he had hoped. Once again, he kept a positive mindset and attempted to pitch creative ideas to writers and stayed focus on doing his job to the best of his abilities.
Russo is surprised to hear that the creative team were open to Lesser’s ideas at all. Lesser informs that he didn’t really have any issues while discussing promos or creative ideas with the writers, and more often than not the writers were very open to his suggestions. The key is, if you’re going to argue that their idea isn’t great, you need to have a replacement idea in mind before you speak to them.
Russo asks Gotch about his altercation with Sin Cara. Gotch says that the entire situation was blown out of proportion. There were rumours that Sin Cara knocked him out with one punch and that he directed a racial slur at Sin Cara, but he says those rumours are completely false. He informs that he and Sin Cara would often take verbal jabs at each other, but one day he said something that Sin Cara clearly took to heart.