Big E is riding high as the men's Money in the Bank holder and has been in the spotlight on SmackDown since being split from Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods in the 2020 WWE Draft.
Big E has been part of a couple of incredible WWE moments including Dolph Ziggler cashing in his Money in the Bank briefcase and Kofi Kingston winning the WWE Championship at WrestleMania 35.
For E, he wondered if his time would come.
"I remember that being just an incredible pop and incredible moment," Big E told Rick Ucchino of Sportskeeda when discussing Ziggler's cash in on Alberto Del Rio. "Kind of looking back, I almost felt like maybe I'm just always going to be the bridesmaid, never the bride. Being there for Kof, being there for Dolph. Which still like for me, are very, very cool moments. Honestly one of the highlights of my career, I consider, being there in Orlando when the Hardy's reunited. Just because it's such a cool moment. Even though it wasn't really about me. The fact that we were on stage and got to be there as they came out. And people still replay that. Like seeing people shoot from their perspective in the seats and seeing them pan over to their friends crying. That's still one of the coolest moments."
Big E continued by saying, "I have no problem at all being one of the people, kind of in the background, of someone else's moment. It's cool that you're a part of that. That Dolph moment was really, really special because Dolph was super hot at the time and the cash-in... everything about it was so, so cool. So yeah, I'm grateful."
Big E has been adamant that he will cash in on Roman Reigns when the time is right, feeling he is the top guy right now.
You can find E's comments on his potential cash in by clicking here.