WWE star Ricochet was the last guest to be interviewed by Steve Fall from NBC Sports Boston, where the former champion of Untied States and Intercontinental discussed a number of different topics, including his thoughts on NXT returning to their black-and-gold persona after switching to the colorful NXT 2.0 image a year ago. Highlights from the interview can be found below.
On NXT 2.0 change back to NXT black & gold:
“I think it’s forever in this business. It doesn’t stop. They’re just trying something new, they’re trying something different and I think it was so sudden and so fast that people didn’t have a chance to adapt. So now I think I have to change again, not back to what it was, but something different and something that I think will be better.”
Says he’s very excited to see what comes out:
“Because now I think they’ve got the grip on maybe getting some Raw and SmackDown people to Raw and SmackDown, or some NXT people. It could really turn into something bigger, who knows? I think it’s so cool to think about the future and be excited to see what will come out of it.”
(H/T and transcribed by pugnacious)