Matt Riddle Didn't Know About Brand To Brand Invitation As He Didn't Watch WWE Raw

Much like his enemy Brock Lesnar, Matt Riddle doesn't want the product.

On Monday's WWE Raw, Drew McIntyre announced a "brand-to-brand invitation" that would allow superstars to appear on separate brands. Charlotte Flair will be on Friday's SmackDown while King Corbin will face McIntyre on Monday's Raw.

WWE Files To Trademark "There's Never A Bad Time To Have A Good Time"

Speaking to Pro Wrestling Sheet, Matt Riddle was asked if he would like to take advantage of the invitation and appear on Raw or SmackDown.

"Yeah, I would. You know what, I should have been watching the product last night. I had no idea. Yeah, that’s a great idea. I hope I get a call soon and they let me wrestle up there a little bit. That would be fantastic."

When asked about throwing out a challenge of his own, Riddle said, "Definitely. Even in NXT, there’s so many matches I haven’t gotten yet. Same thing on the main roster. There’s so many match-ups with people, so many talented individuals. For me, I feel like the possibilities are endless. I just want an opportunity. I think I’m going to get it. Who knows?! I didn’t even know about this [Brand to Brand Invitational]! That’s a great idea."

Riddle wasn't exactly sure how the brand-to-brand invitation works. WWE hasn't made any kind of official announcement on the rule outside of McIntyre's promo on WWE Raw.

Riddle is set to defend the NXT Tag Team Titles alongside Timothy Thatcher against Imperium on Wednesday's NXT.

Fightful will have live coverage of NXT beginning at 8 p.m. ET.

Get exclusive combat sports content on Fightful Select, our premium news service! Click here to learn more.
From The Web