Killer Kross says he loved the military-style environment at WWE.
Killer Kross and Scarlett Bordeaux had a short stint in WWE. During that time, they had a very prosperous run on WWE NXT. Eventually, the pair was split and Kross quickly faltered on Monday Night Raw before being released. Now, Kross is wrestling for a multitude of independent promotions and he will take part in Ric Flair’s Last Match, the special card being held during Starrcast V. Kross will wrestle Davey Boy Smith Jr., Harry Smith.
Speaking with Kevin Kellam of Sportskeeda Wrestling, Killer Kross discussed Starrcast and WWE SummerSlam being held on the same weekend in Nashville, Tennessee, saying it makes him feel like he's in the Twilight Zone.
“It feels a little bit like the Twilight Zone,” Kross said. “I don't have any bad feelings, but it's just a little unusual, you know? Scarlett and I always thought we were gonna be lifers there. We thought that just because we had loved the environment so much. I mean this in the most endearing way, it was kind of like the military. We would get up and we would train, you get paid to train, to become the best version of yourself, you go to perform and then you go home, and we're very much happy with that lifestyle. Before we were even there, she and I would operate like that. We're very much, ‘Get up, get whatever you need into your system, go train together, and then just do whatever you got to do with the rest of your days.’ Everything is just living in preparation for the next event and that's the way it operated there. So I'm very happy that it's in the same town because I think the audiences will definitely piggyback off of each other and I think it's gonna work very well.”
You can check out the updated card for Ric Flair's Last Match here.
Recently, Tony Khan commented on the possibility of Killer Kross and Scarlett Bordeaux ending up in All Elite Wrestling. Read more here.
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