Kevin Owens is one of the mainstays of WWE television and has been so since his WWE debut in 2014. He also made a name for himself in the independent scene before making his way to WWE. It seems he opened up about working during the pandemic as well.

Owens is currently engaged in a storyline with Seth Rollins as a tag team. Just like anybody else, the Prizefighter was severely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic but he worked to the best of his abilities.

While speaking on Out of Character with Ryan Satin, the former WWE Universal Champion revealed the silver lining when it came to working during the pandemic. It was him competing in great matches and then returning to his family at the end of the day.

“The silver lining was that I was able to wrestle, have this career and keep doing what I love to do and be in my bed every night, wake up every morning with my family, go to bed every night with my family. So that was really incredible to get that year and a half and still be able to do what I love, and yet still have so much time with them. It really is something that you never imagine doing this for a living. So obviously the return to touring is hard in terms of being away from them but it’s what we’ve always been meant to do.”


WWE is currently waiting for Kevin Owens and Seth Rollins’ tag team program to end before they get started on Owens and Austin’s feud. We will have to wait and see when WWE will start booking Owens and Austin for WrestleMania 38.

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