Titus O’Neil, who is currently serving a 60-day suspension after he had an incident with Vince McMahon, spoke with Rapzilla.com. Here are the highlights.
On possibly evolving his character:
“I do have a past, and a legitimate story to tell, and if they wanted to tell it on television to justify any situation whether heel or baby face, I look forward to displaying those things more on a consistent basis. At the end of the day I’m paid to entertain, but I also feel like I’m paid by God to be the greatest ambassador to Him that I can possibly be.”
On not being bitter about his WWE situation:
“When you think about it, WWE didn’t break the story. It got announced by Fox Sports news. Outlets that had nothing to do with wrestling took this story and the fans responded. If I were a problematic person, or cancer in the locker room, or a repeated jerk, I could definitely see the reasoning behind the length of the suspension. At the end of the day it all stems from my actions, whether it was an act of gesture or a jovial playful situation, it was deemed inappropriate, I just deal with it.”
You can read the entire interview here.