EC3 had a forgettable run in WWE as he very often was not even on TV for long stretches of time. Following his release, he teased going to companies such as AEW and Impact Wrestling. During his time in WWE, he still got experience of the situation backstage.
During a Facebook Q&A for Still Real To Us, one fan asked EC3: “Why couldn’t you and any other buried talent on WWE’s roster just stand up to Vince?” To this, EC3 replied that while he does understand the mindset, there is a certain decorum that must be adhered to in that environment. He then said that sometimes “the most professional people are the most expendable.”
I understand that mindset, and it’s a thought I’m sure runs through a lot of performers’ minds.
If the opportunity presented itself, perhaps. At the same time, their is a decorum of professionalism one whom is a professional should adhere to.
Often times, the most professional people are the most expendable.
Vince McMahon’s opinion of EC3 seemingly worsened when he was unable to get fans to boo Dean Ambrose when it was made official Ambrose was leaving the promotion. Ambrose also spoke about this, stating he felt bad for EC3.
We will have to see which promotion EC3 will call his home next.