WWE just held another Money in the Bank in London, but Kevin Owens wasn’t booked on the show. Instead, he appeared in front of the fans as 1/2 of the WWE Undisputed Tag Team Champions, but he really wishes that they would have given him a match on the card.

Kevin Owens recently appeared on Mark Andrews on My Love Letter to Wrestling, engaging in a conversation that covered various topics, including the upcoming WWE Money in the Bank event being held in the UK.

During the interview, Kevin Owens shared his fond memories of working in the UK and discussed his experiences in the vibrant wrestling scene of the country.

“I remember wrestling in Orpington where, because this guy [Sami Zayn] actually….the crowd’s there just, very tiny building whatever, four or 500 people maybe. But it’s so loud and so much fun to be in front of, to perform in front of. So obviously when we come here, the 2002 whatever, it’s, you know, it’s multiplication by a lot, but uh, it’s always the same kind of energy. But yeah, I mean my first time was in 2006 and it’s always been great. It’s always a treat to come here. It seems like they appreciate it more. Yeah, I know maybe the US fans might, you know, that might take an exception to that, but it’s just the way it is.”


Kevin Owens also talked about wanting to work the men’s Money in the Bank ladder match that was won by Damian Priest. Owens wasn’t booked on the card. 

“I’m actually a little annoyed I’m not in it this year. I love ladders. Yeah, I love ladder matches. I think I thrive in them. So to not get to do it kind of sucks.”

Kevin Owens has a bright future ahead of him, and only time will tell what’s next. He is still a tag team champion alongside Sami Zayn, so it seems that he has a solid spot on the roster.

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