The Miz Says WWE’s Testing is Stringent
In a recent interview with Allegedly with Theo Von & Matthew Cole Weiss The Miz discussed WWE’s hectic schedule and their “stringent” drug testing:
We are tested more than an NFL [player], Major League Baseball player, or in the NBA. I mean, we are tested nonstop, all day, every day. We’re not allowed to have Sudafed. [If] you have a Sudafed, you’re out 30 days, so it’s legit. The stuff you maybe got away with back in the day, you don’t get away with now. And kudos to WWE because they took an interest in our health. We get tested. Our hearts get tested. We get tested every six months. We get blood tested, we get our heart monitored, and it’s great.
Luke Harper’s Goals
Luke Harper told Chad Dukes that although he wants to eventually break out on his own, he also wants to accomplish more with the Wyatts first:
I want to win every title that this promotion has. I want to be the World Heavyweight Champion, on my own, I want to be the Intercontinental Champion, want to be the U.S. champion, wanna be a Tag Champion, I personally want all of that for myself. But at the same time, I have brothers at arms that we are very successful together and I understand that part of it too. I don’t know why I would be here if I didn’t want a championship. We’ve dominated lots of people, we’ve beat up lots of people, we’ve sent a lot of messages, we’ve been successful, but there’s another level of success that we have yet to attain and that we want to attain.
Cameron Talks Training
Total Diva Cameron discussed going back to developmental and polishing her work in a recent interview with the Edmonton Sun:
There’s still a lot of things that I would like to accomplish there (in WWE). I didn’t like where I was at the time. I wasn’t happy. I wanted to have a storyline. I wanted to get better and … sometimes you have to take a few steps backwards in order to move a few steps forward. So that’s what I decided to do. I’m doing that in hopes of coming back bigger and stronger than ever.