Notes on Matt Riddle and Jack Gallagher
Matt Riddle on his win over Styles: “Honestly, it felt amazing to hear all the people chanting bro and to lock horns with AJ Styles, and not only lock horns with AJ because he’s phenomenal bro, but he’s not a stallion. I beat AJ Styles on my debut of Smackdown. I always say, ‘I don’t think it can get any sweeter, but bro, I don’t think it can get any sweeter than this dude.’ I’m on cloud 24. I don’t even know how high the clouds go, but I’m up there dude. And yeah dude, I’m just stoked. And yeah man, I just can’t wait to get back in there and keep proving myself week and week and showing the WWE Universe what I can bring to the table.”
On the message his win sends: “You know, I think whenever a guy from NXT comes up, there’s always a lot of rumors or scuttlebutt, but I think this win over AJ, my first match, my debut, I think that sends a message to the locker room. And I think they know I’m nobody to mess with, and I’m gonna be in the main picture for a long time, bro.”
SMACKDOWN STALLION 🤙 pic.twitter.com/ST6ADd8ubK
— matthew riddle (@SuperKingofBros) June 20, 2020
According to Sportskeeda’s Gary Cassidy and later confirmed by Ryan Satin, former WWE star Jack Gallagher has been removed from WWE’s website following his release from the company. Gallagher was accused of rape in what is being referred to as the #SpeakingOut movement, with his last match airing on last night’s 205 Live. However, instead of being moved to the WWE Alumni page, Gallagher’s profile shows up as an error. Satin referred to it as the “Enzo treatment,” calling back to Enzo Amore being released for rape accusations as well, an accusation that ended up being untrue.