Christian discusses why he decided to leave WWE

Aug 12, 2017 - by Steve Gerweck

Christian recently spoke about his departure from WWE on the Pod Of Awesomeness while comparing Drew McIntyre’s situation to his own.

“It’s impressive what Drew McIntyre done” Christian said. “It kinda reminds me of the situation I was in years ago when I left WWE” Christian said. “It was a combination of different things going in why that happened. One of them was being burnt out, being tired, you know my body was beat up, I’d been on the road straight since I was 24 and I was like 31 at that time when I left.”

Also, you know I felt like I was kinda stuck in a rut and my situation wasn’t going to change if I stayed [in WWE] at that point. It was gonna be like, ‘well we know what we got with him. He’s there, he’s doing his thing, when something comes we’ll figure something out.’ But that time never came for me, you know what I mean?”

“So it’s one of those ones where — and we’ve talked about it many times before you have to bet on yourself sometimes. And my contract came up and I decided it was gonna be better — beneficial for me both personally and professionally to step away for a little while and come back and hopefully be seen in a different light when the time was right to come back. We’ll see if that is the case for Drew [McIntyre] — for me it worked out because I went away for three years and came back and I feel like the second part of my singles career in WWE was much better than the first.”

“In that first kind of run I had a little TV program I did with Cena and I was starting to get these crazy reactions and nothing happened from there. I still didn’t seem to move up from there. We had one match that turned into a triple threat with Jericho in the pay-per-view and I kinda got shuffled around a bit after that. So to me I was going ‘if I was getting those reactions when being put in that spot and it’s still not happening, I have to do something here to change my situation. And that’s when I decided to — when my contract was up I was probably gonna step away for a little while.”

source: The Spotlight

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  1. AJ Cooper says:

    And, the funny thing is, it took Christian going to a brand (formerly TNA, now GFW) that treated him better than WWE, as well as winning that brand’s top championship, for him to eventually get anything higher than the Intercontinental Championship (last title he had before leaving WWE) in WWE.

    So, pretty much, yet ANOTHER example that, since GFW’s founding in 2002, WWE has been dying a slow death; thing is, it’s been happening in such a way that the McMahon Tool-sucking, WWE fanboy sheep don’t see it & by the time they realize what’s happened, it’ll be too late for their sacred, precious brand.

    Hey, WWE fanboy sheep, remember how you acted towards WCW back in the day? Well, soon enough, GFW’s fan-base will do the same to YOUR brand. Soon enough, you’ll be WCW fan-base 2.0 And, just like what happened to WCW, eventually, that WILL happen to WWE and then, I get to see the McMahon Tool-suckers flooding the streets with their salty tears as wrestling moves on past “the rise & fall of WWE”.

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