• Raw Star On If He Wants To See More nWo-Style Factions In WWE
During a recent interview with Sky Sports, former Raw Tag Team Champion Luke Gallows talked about if he would like to see nWo-like faction in WWE, if a female wrestler could join the faction & more.
Below are the highlights:
On if he would like to see nWo-like faction in WWE:
“I would love to see a multi-man group. When we were doing the Bullet Club stuff we were all people who had grown up as big fans of the nWo and the way they took over WCW. I think it can be very exciting again and I would love to see that.”
On if a female wrestler could join the faction and who would his choice be:
“Absolutely. And my choice would be Nia Jax.”
On the key to a successful faction:
“I think the key to it is diversity. In Japan we had a little bit of everything – we had Bad Luck Fale, the big Samoan brute, we had Tama Tonga, the son of Haku, Karl Anderson, a great in-ring technician. We had AJ Styles and Finn Balor, two of the greatest in-ring talents of our time and myself, I brought the element of a great tag team with Karl.”
• Rumor Killer On AJ Styles’ Injury & WrestleMania 34 Status
At last night’s WWE Live Event in Madison Square Garden, WWE did an injury angle with WWE Champion AJ Styles (where Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn attacked him and he was helped to the back).
Fans began thinking this was a legitimate injury and might affect Styles’ WrestleMania 34 status. However, that’s not the case.
According to DirtySheets.Net, Styles has nagging injuries for a few months now, including a calf injury that worsened during the WWE Title match at FastLane 2018 PPV.
WWE officials decided to give Styles some rest ahead of his WrestleMania 34 bout by doing this injury angle. Styles later returned to make the save for Shinsuke Nakamura.
Styles will be ready to go at WrestleMania 34 against Nakamura in the WWE Title match, so nothing to worry about.