Fandango says that Karrion Kross will be fine in WWE as long as he learns not to sell anything that happens to him that he may not like.
Recently, Karrion Kross debuted on Monday Night Raw, and right out the gate, he lost several elements of his character from NXT and lost in less than 10 minutes to Jeff Hardy.
While many fans are said about what this means for the perception of NXT and concerns for Kross’ future in WWE, one former superstar that has experience in going with the flow believes that the current NXT champion will be just fine, because they will want him to be a big star, as long as he can remember not to sell anything.
Fandango, who was released by WWE earlier this year, said during a recent appearance on the Such Good Shoot podcast that he believes Karrion Kross will be just fine because they want him to be a big star. 'Dango says it is in Kross' best interest to learn not to sell anything.
“It's the art of the no sell back there. You know, you can't put shit over. You can't go on Twitter and sell [issues]. 37-year-old me knows that now but 26-year-old me didn’t at the time. some of those things you have to learn the hard way. Look at Raw last night, they're probably just testing Kross because they want him to be a big star and they want to see how he plays ball, you know? So yeah, but a guy like that will be fine, man, as long you just can't sell it. It's hard. It's hard when you care so much. You know, it's hard not to so it's almost like that fine line of caring but not caring. Like, how are you supposed to act? Like, are you supposed to care about what you're doing or whatever? Yeah, it's a weird juggling act that a lot of people don't figure out. There are five guys and a few girls that they're going to use prominently on top all year round and then the rest of everybody else is just kind of pissed off about their situation. That's just the way it is. So yeah, once you come to terms with that, and you know your role, and you know what you got to do, and as long as you can control your attitude, your gear, and your body. As long as you can take care of those, you know, just don't sell shit. That's what I tell guys. Just do your job, man.”
Other recently released Superstars, Ever-Rise, shared similar sentiments regarding Karrion Kross. Learn more here.
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