With the pro wrestling world, there is one thing that never stays down. And that is the never ending rumors. We have heard so many such rumors in the past and are hearing about so many new ones post the draft. One such rumor is being reported by Sportskeeda, which claims that Kevin Owens is moving to the blue brand post Summerslam.
One reason being given for the move is that SmackDown Live does not have a quality heel on their show. Although AJ Styles is a heel, he has not been able to garner the heel heat that a Randy Orton or a Kevin Owens or a Seth Rollins has been able to generate. With Randy Orton, Dean Ambrose, Dolph Ziggler and John Cena being fan favorite baby faces, SmackDown lacks a proper heel like Seth Rollins or Chris Jericho.
It is being stated that Owens may be traded to SmackDown in exchange for Randy Orton moving to the RAW brand. One of the superstars who has been very vocal about his position in the WWE is Kevin Owens. He recently stated that he is frustrated that he has not been able to main event a pay per view yet. He is one of the few talents on the roster who can take the main event to another level with both his athleticism and heel work.
During a recent conference call for both national and international media, he voiced his opinions and shed some light on what we can expect from him. He said that there’s no chance of seeing him and Sami Zayn facing off against each other anytime in the near future. He also said that he would see himself in the picture for the WWE Universal title very soon. He touched on a variety of topics like the announcers position, his current position with the WWE, the way his I.C. title ended etc.
We at play caper cannot establish the validity of rumors, and these are to be treated as rumors only. We are waiting just eagerly as you to see what unfurls.
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