EC3 Pissed His Pants Presumably To Make Drake Maverick Feel Better About Pissing His Pants

Take that, Gary Cassidy, Fightful has the piss scoops these days.

WWE have had their fair share of piss angles, and we're talking about actual subject matter, not subjective opinion. Drake Maverick has been there before, but after being fired a few months ago by WWE, finds himself in NXT. His close friend EC3 is optimistic about Drake's future, but as he tells Fightful, Maverick's willingness to go the extra mile extended to his pissing segment years ago.

"I think NXT’s awesome and fun. Hopefully they use him to his capabilities as a story teller and a veteran presence and talent that can help mold a generation of people that might not get it yet. He’s awesome. If it was a different world and he was free to try something else, I would have been excited to see what he really could do, but at the same time in this world’s climate… NXT’s cool. They’ll let him be him. I mean, the guy pissed his pants for that company. For real pissed his pants. That wasn’t—the thing malfunctioned. Did you know this? So, someone has this great idea where he pisess his pants, send him out there with a malfunctioning [pant pisser]. It didn’t work. To watch him, he’s such a professional in the back of his mind, and he’s very paranoid, “Oh, man, I need a full tank just in case I need to pee my pants,” and he did," EC3 recited.

Drake has since rehabilitated his image as a serious Cruiserweight contender, but it wasn't without a lot of work and plenty of heartache. EC3 wonders why anyone would be in that position to begin with. Well, kind of. Because he put himself in that position, too.

"Who makes someone do that? Okay, I would have done it. I’ll pee my pants right now. I don’t care. In fact I peed my pants at his bachelor party, that’s how good of a brother I am. Then, “Well I don’t know if we’re ever going to do anything with him, he’s a joke.” Why is he a joke? ‘Cause he peed his pants. Who made him? Who the f—control your narrative," EC3 said.

You can see our full interview with EC3 at the top of the page, and read our long-form feature on him here. Keep your eye on EC3's Facebook this weekend to see how he controls his narrative.

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