LA Knight made a huge impact after his debut at NXT TakeOver: Vengeance Day on February 14th, 2021. After the beginning stages of his main roster run, fans were concerned he was doomed for failure. Thankfully, LA Knight would get his old gimmick back and has been impressing everyone with his talents once again. That said, it appears LA Knight had some interesting things to say to the WWE roster.
The former NXT Superstar is often considered one of the best promo workers in the company and he has shown fans time and time again why he deserves the acclaim. LA Knight continues to win over fans with his skills every week.
LA Knight has tried to keep himself relevant despite all the mediocre angles being presented to him. After all, his feud with Bray Wyatt didn’t really elevate him as expected. He also qualified for the Money In The Bank match on last week’s episode of Friday Night Smackdown.
While speaking on WWE’s The Bump, LA Knight stated that it doesn’t matter if he has fan support or not, because he stands head and shoulders above everybody walking in WWE.
“Finally, the WWE is gonna give me what I want. Why? Because I had to go out and make it happen. Look, I didn’t ask for anybody, talk about being a fan-favorite, I didn’t go out there and say, ‘Hey, please cheer for me. Hey, please like me.’ As a matter of fact, if they don’t cheer for me, if they don’t like me, doesn’t make a damn bit of difference to me. At the end of the day, I’m gonna go to Money in the Bank, I’m gonna climb that ladder, I’m gonna pull the case down, and then any single one of those titles that I want is coming my way, whether it’s Gunther, whether it’s Austin Theory, whether it’s Seth Rollins or whether it’s Roman Reigns himself, any single one of them are in the crosshairs at this point.
So what you got to think about is man, look, I didn’t get shoved down anybody’s throat. I wasn’t anybody’s guy. I came in and I did my thing, and the whole world, whether you take me to Saudi Arabia, whether you take me to London, whether you take me to Puerto Rico, you can take me to Mobile, Alabama, and every single place is gonna make a whole lot of noise for LA Knight. You know why that is? Because they can see that I stand head and shoulders above everybody walking.”
We will have to wait and see whether LA Knight will end up winning the Money In The Bank ladder match and get one step closer to winning a Championship in Vince McMahon’s company soon.
What’s your view on what LA Knight said? Do you think he will be able to win the Money In The Bank ladder match? Let us know in the comments!