WWE Superstars are always on the go and sometimes fans miss their opportunities to say hello. It helps if they speak up.

One fan tweeted out that he saw Aiden English during his job as an Uber driver. Unfortunately, the 205 Live announcer no-sold this fan because he didn’t hear him say hello.

So im doing my @UberEats deliveries and @uber driving drunk people home this evening/morning. Did a delivery in Copley and I ran into #205Live WWE star @WWEDramaKing in the elevator. Soon as we get off, I yell “hey, big fan” at him. He ignores me.

Aiden English saw this tweet. He apologized while saying that he really didn’t hear this fan. He’s happy to say hello to anyone who wants to talk.


Truly didn’t hear it my friend – apologies. Also feel free to say hi and address me directly instead of trying to yell something as I walk away. Always happy to say hello

Aiden English recently confirmed that his in-ring career is not over. He’s doing a pretty good job at commentary right now, but he’s staying ring ready. On that note, if you see Aiden English don’t be afraid to speak up.

H Jenkins

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