Kevin Owens doesn't see himself leaving WWE.
Owens has been a focal point of WWE television since he arrived in the company in 2014 and almost immediately won the NXT Championship. His first night on the main roster was a confrontation with John Cena, which led to a victory over Cena at WWE Elimination Chamber 2015.
Owens has headlined WrestleMania against Steve Austin, won the WWE Universal Championship, and been involved in some of the most memorable moments in WWE history.
Speaking to Peter Rosenberg of Cheap Heat, Owens discussed not previously enjoying those moments, but learning to appreciate them over the years.
"Now, I have two more years left on my current contract. I don't see a reason why I wouldn't sign another one when it's done because I don't feel like I'm anywhere near done, but who knows what could happen. At this stage in my career, I really want to have fun and make sure I'm still putting out memorable stuff for people watching. I look back at the career I had and if it all ended tomorrow, it would be hard to have any kind of regret because I've done some incredible stuff and I've been very lucky to do what I've done. Every other show, every other thing I get to experience is a bonus because I'm not really sure how I can have a better career than I've had already. That's not me patting myself on the back, I'm just saying I've been very fortunate," he said.
Owens signed a new deal with WWE in December 2021.
Owens is currently feuding with The Bloodline (Roman Reigns, Sami Zayn, The Usos, and Solo Sikoa) on WWE television.
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