Luke Gallows recently spoke to the Mirror to talk about WWE Clash of Champions, how WWE has changed over the years and more. You can check out the full interview here along with some highlights below.
Mixed reaction to the Old Day segment on Raw: Erm, I try to improvise if I can, I try and do the absolute best with what is given to me. That’s one of those things where sometimes you throw stuff at the wall and see what sticks and that maybe didn’t, not compared to what we had been doing in the weeks preceding it. That’s just how you do it. We’ll go out again the next night, try something different, and hopefully it’s something everyone can enjoy.
How WWE has changed since his last run with the company: WWE was great before, but it’s even greater now. A great locker-room, a great group of like-minded, motivated talents, a bunch of young men and women who are driven and have a real passion for our business and everything we do. It’s been a very pleasant experience. Karl Anderson and I were talking about this – I’ve been doing this for almost 15 years now and I haven’t been part of a better locker-room.
CM Punk’s loss at UFC 203/AJ Styles’ big title win at Backlash: Yeah, but even though Punk lost, he still got to go out there and do his thing. For a better part of two years he’s been training to do this thing and focused on that, he got to go and live his dream. When we’re little boys we dream about growing up and wrestling in the WWE ring and being sports entertainers and AJ got to win the title. Punk – his dream changed. He wanting to fight in the Octagon and experience that. Anything you do in life, there will be some hurdles that come along with it. I don’t know if Punk is necessarily done, I know for sure AJ Styles isn’t done and I know that Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson aren’t done either. I think it’s all part of doing your thing and living the dream and trying to accomplish things you set out to. So I’m very proud of both of them.