– Big E recently spoke with Vegas Seven to promote this Sunday night’s WWE Money in the Bank PPV, and below is what he had to say about his Fatal Four Way at the event:
“We’re always looking for a test and challenge and the Fatal 4-Way features three teams that weren’t even on the main roster as of last May. The Club, Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows, are an impact-making import from Japan. The WWE’s NXT developmental territory produced the other two teams. Enzo Amore is one of the most gifted talkers to grace a WWE ring in years; his partner, Big Cass, is 7 feet tall—and, as Amore reminds viewers, you can’t teach that. The Vaudevillains, Aiden English and Simon Gotch, seek to bring the manliness of a bygone era back to the WWE.”
– As noted, singer Chris Warren, known in the pro wrestling world for performing the D-Generation X theme song as well as theme songs for Triple H, Sean Waltman and more, passed away over the weekend at age 49.
Triple H posted the following on Twitter regarding Warren’s death:
Saddened to hear of Chris Warren’s passing. He brought an iconic sound to DX and @WWE. My condolences to his family. pic.twitter.com/YqVftxj20s
— Triple H (@TripleH) June 15, 2016