WWE superstar Kevin Owens has dubbed his recent switch to RAW as part of the WWE Draft “a fresh start,” saying given the opportunity he might challenge for the red brand’s top title.
In an interview with Planeta Wrestling, the former WWE Universal Champion said he’s in no hurry to once again become a top champion within the company because he’s focused on doing “one thing at a time.”
“I really don’t know. Obviously, being WWE Champion is something everybody wants to be so if I get an opportunity at it, it would be hard to turn it down. But, you know, one thing at a time. I just started on Raw again recently, so I am not in a rush.
“I mean, I’ve been on Raw many times before. I actually change rosters every year it seems, so I wouldn’t say it’s a new life, but it’s a new start in a way, a fresh start, and that’s always good.”
The 37-year-old also talked about how it was like wrestling in empty arenas at the height of the pandemic. He said that fans are as enthusiastic and excited now as they were during pre-COVID times.
Owens will be facing Seth Rollins in match to determine the face of the red brand on the November 8th episode of Monday Night RAW. Rollins recently secured himself a title shot after he defeated Owens, Finn Bálor, and Rey Mysterio in a fata-four-way ladder match.
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