EC3 has a lot of options right now. He released a complex teaser video that compiled all of the hints he’s dropped in recent weeks about his pro wrestling future. He isn’t a WWE Superstar anymore, but he saw a lot while in the company.
While doing a Facebook Q&A for Still Real To Us, one fan asked EC3: “Why couldn’t you and any other buried talent on WWE’s roster just stand up to Vince?” The Chairman of WWE has a famous persona that follows him around and stories about his legend are also fascinating. He also has his favorite Superstars.
EC3 stated that he understands the mindset and the idea probably appears for a lot of performers, but there is a certain professional decorum that must be kept. He then stated that sometimes “the most professional people are the most expendable.”
I understand that mindset, and it’s a thought I’m sure runs through a lot of performers’ minds.
If the opportunity presented itself, perhaps. At the same time, their is a decorum of professionalism one whom is a professional should adhere to.
Often times, the most professional people are the most expendable.
Vince McMahon’s opinion of EC3 was damaged because he couldn’t get crowds to boo Dean Ambrose after it was just revealed he was leaving WWE. This is something Jon Moxley spoke about following his WWE exit. He felt bad about the position EC3 was put in.
Perhaps EC3 and Jon Moxley will meet again down the line so they can have a much better program to make up for things. That might have to wait because at this point, it seems Impact Wrestling is a very likely destination for EC3.