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Rhyno Reveals Why His Recent WWE Run Didn’t Work

Posted By: Ben Jordan Kerin on Jan 07, 2020

Rhyno Reveals Why His Recent WWE Run Didn’t Work

Former WWE Superstar Rhino was recently a guest on the “Talk Is Jericho” podcast in which he revealed why his most recent run with the WWE didn’t go the way he had hoped it would.

"You know, you reflect. So I’m thinking to myself, ‘Okay, my last run in WWE was for three years, a three-year contract. And I’m thinking, ‘Okay well, why wasn’t it more successful?’ You know, like I said. I mean, they had me on the road and everything … I looked it at it, like — when I was going in, I didn’t go in with enough steam. You know, like territories, when you go to a new territory, you usually go in all tanned up. [chuckles] And jacked up, and stuff. So anyways, I’m like, ‘Okay well, what was wrong? What did I do wrong?’ And I think what it was is, I was working so hard on the campaign. Not just on knocking on doors, you have to file with the campaign finance committee and all that stuff. So there’s a lot of detailed work trying to get your message and all that stuff. And then, getting ready for one opponent in the next round.

So I realized my mistakes, and then — you know, the run there, I enjoyed it because I was working with [Heath] Slater. And he’s just a funny guy … So that was all enjoyable, but there’s a few things I wish I would have done differently to make it more of a successful run as far as being — whether on TV more. Maybe helping the guys more, men and women out behind the scenes. So I think — but think I did influence quite a few people there in a positive light."

Thanks to 411Mania for transcriptions.

Rhyno uses the Gore to put The One Man Band in tune.

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