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WWE Star On Fans Hating His Work: “I see everything online. It strikes the core sometimes”

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During a recent interview with CBS Sports, Omos talked about his history of health issues that almost prevented his WWE signing.

The 7-foot-3 giant said he’s very grateful that WWE gave him a chance and also the opportunity to work with some of the top stars in the business.

The Nigerian Giant also talked about some fans hating on his work on Social Media.

Below is what the former RAW Tag Team Champion said:

“[My health issues] put me in a state where I truly appreciate everything that I am given and everything that I do.

I have a passion for life and I understand that tomorrow is not promised. As an 18-year-old, I felt that situation where I didn’t know what to do and had to take everything day by day. It gives me the perspective of appreciating the loved ones around me and the moments that I experience. I make sure that I enjoy every single moment.

Starting with AJ Styles and winning the Tag Team Titles in Tampa. Breaking off and going on my own against Bobby Lashley [at WrestleMania 38]. I wrestled arguably the biggest draw in pro-wrestling today, which is Brock Lesnar, at WrestleMania 39 in LA.

I have accomplished so much in the last few years. For me, it’s having gratitude and being grateful and not taking things for granted.

I realized that I just need to go and perform for me, obviously, as long as the live crowd enjoys it.

I see everything online and on the Internet. It strikes the core sometimes. But at the end of the day, all you need to do is go out there to perform and make them shut up. It’s as simple as that.

I see screenshots from various journalists and interviews. I use it as motivation to go out there and perform.”

Omos will face Seth Rollins this Saturday at Backlash.

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