RAW Preview, Bryan On Triple H Argument, Cornette On Owens’ Attitude

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On Tap For Tonight

WWE.com are hyping the following 5 points for tonight’s RAW:

– How will The Authority maintain order this week?
– Who is the greater threat to Team Bella?
– Will Cesaro get his hands on Kevin Owens?
– What Wyatt mind games await Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns?
– Is John Cena right about Seth Rollins?

Bryan Talks Blowing Up At Triple H

In a recent interview with Opie Radio Daniel Bryan recalled when Triple H stopped his match with Randy Orton, and the both got heated backstage:

I had gotten a stinger in a match and lost feelings in both of my arms. I have a mentality of never stopping a match. Whether it’s really good or really bad, that’s my mentality. I had never had a stinger before. Triple H tells the medical doctor at ringside to stop the match. I sprinted into the ring and tried to keep the match going with Randy Orton, because this was going to be the biggest win of my career to that point. I did a top rope dropkick, and I couldn’t get up, I couldn’t move my arms. Randy, he’s on the ground going ‘Dan, Dan, what the F are you doing?'”

When I came back, I was hot. I don’t want to say we got nose-to-nose, because he’s 6’3. We came pretty close. They’re more conscious of protecting us from ourselves.

Jim Cornette On Kevin Owens Making It

Jim Cornette who had heat with Kevin Owens during his time in ROH because he refused to lose weight, among other things, had the following to say about his success in WWE in an interview with Sam Roberts:

[Owens] is fulfilling his potential now because he has changed the way he thought about being told to do things by his employer,” Cornette said. “I always knew he had the talent to [be successful in the WWE]. Christ, we made him the Ring of Honor World Champion for a year. He was undefeated. But the problem is, I didn’t think he had the attitude to do it. When we asked him to lose weight, when we asked him to take time off and come back with a different look and a different push, when we asked him to do a match a certain way or anything a certain way, there was so much argument and push back and refusal and not producing any of those things, et cetera, that I thought, basically, when he went to Florida [NXT], either he, the WWE, or both, would need a psychiatrist within 90 days. But, he, apparently, he is never going to be svelte, and we didn’t want that, we wanted him to not be obese, to lose a little weight and he [has] done that. His [ring] gear may not look any more professional, but at least it is cleaner. And what’s more, he, apparently, is doing what he is asked to do instead of going into business for himself or arguing about anything, whether it be inside of the ring or outside of the ring.