Kevin Owens speaks candidly about his top moment in WWE.
When Owens headbutted Vince McMahon on the Sept. 12, 2017 edition of SmackDown Live, it was viewed as a moment that would solidify Owens as a top star for years to come. Owens went on to compete in a Hell in a Cell match with Shane McMahon, challenge AJ Styles for the WWE Title, and be part of Daniel Bryan's comeback at WrestleMania.
Speaking to Inside The Ropes, Owens openly wondering if headbutting McMahon was as good as it'll get for him in his WWE career.
"It was surreal. I don't know if I'll ever reach that kind of moment again. Sometimes I wonder....I've been here for three years and I've done so much and I've lived so many incredible things, that moment with Vince being the pinnacle of it, along with the Universal title," said Owens. "Sometimes I wonder if this is as good as it gets for me. I hope not. I don't plan on it being that way, but it's gonna be hard to top."
Since WrestleMania, Owens cooled off and became fodder for Braun Strowman before being sidelined with a knee injury. Owens underwent double knee surgery last month and is expected to miss at least four months.