Samoa Joe Talking Excessive Heat At WWE Super ShowDown: "It Was Quite The Inferno In That Ring"

Samoa Joe talks about how hot it was in Saudi Arabia.

"The Samoa Submission Machine" Samoa Joe regained the United States Championship two weeks ago on RAW when Rey Mysterio had to relinquish the title due to injury. Samoa Joe brought his U.S. Title to Saudi Arabia for WWE Super ShowDown and competed in the 50-man Battle Royal. The commentators described the temperature in the King Abdullah Sports City Stadium as "real feel heat" and it was over 100 degrees in the area near ringside.

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Samoa Joe stated that it was quite the inferno in the ring and said that there is no way to prepare for heat like that but just to realize that it is not going to be enjoyable.

"No, I don't think anybody ever has [competed in heat like that]. It was a chaotic scene, let me tell you that in 101-degree weather and a lot of human body heat." Samoa Joe told Sporting News. "It was quite the inferno in that ring. That's the kind of heat you don't make adjustments for. You just realize it's going to suck really, really bad. You're going to have to grin and bear it. With the exception of maybe running sprints in a sauna, I don't think there's anything you can really do to prepare for that."

Former WWE Champion Daniel Bryan has stated in a number of interviews that he wants to wrestle until he's 70 and Samoa Joe does not doubt Bryan's goal.

"I have no doubt that's the absolute truth. Bryan's a guy who greatly enjoys his craft and I could very well see him still trying to throw his hat in the ring after the age of 70." He said.

Samoa Joe had several new challengers step up to him last night on WWE RAW and to get a recap of the June 10th edition of the red-brand exclusive show, head over to Fightful's "results" page.

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