New Day member Big E recently spoke with TampaBay.com and below is what the former WWE Tag Team Champion had to say on the success of the New Day, and how the group has managed to stay together for so long:
“Honestly, one of the biggest things is we’re pretty selfless amongst ourselves. We wanted to make it clear from the beginning there is no leader. Not hogging the spotlight and believing in the group as a whole. With wrestling and entertainment as a whole, there’s always egos and it’s hard to remain humble, remain a group centric. That doesn’t always happen and for us it’s been fairly easy. There’s no bickering. There’s no battling. I’m not saying we don’t have different ideas sometimes. But were always able to discuss it. We’re always trying to think of what’s next. There’s no complacency. There’s no feeling we made it and it’s time to coast. We’re always trying to push for new ideas. Trying to get better in the ring. We fought tooth and nail from the very beginning. We weren’t three guys the office put together. We were three guys on our own, whose career was stalling. We needed to do something and that was what fortified it.”
WWE Network Adds ‘Home Video Classics’
According to PWInsider.com, WWE Network has uploaded new “Home Video Classics” for the month of August, including the following:
-1989 – Ultimate Warrior
-1989 – Demolition
-1992 – Ultimate Warrior
Matt Hardy Thanks Fans
Matt Hardy has Tweeted the following, thanking his fans for support throughout the years:
To all that supported me in the independents & OMEGA..
To the fans of Team Xtreme..
To the Mattitude Followers..
To the OUTSPOKEN fans who brought me back in 2005..
To the people who backed me when I was REINCARNATED in pro wrestling..
To the #WOKEN Warriors..
THANK YOU. pic.twitter.com/YkEILcoZh8
— #WOKEN Matt Hardy (@MATTHARDYBRAND) August 1, 2018