At the end of last week’s episode of AEW Dynamite, the 7ft Indian former basketball player Satnam Singh made his debut, and it’s fair to say fans weren’t all that thrilled about how it went down.
Tony Khan has been widely criticised for the way the debut was presented, but Samoa Joe, who Singh attacked during his debut segment, doesn’t understand the need to keep talking about the debut.
Speaking to the New York Post, Samoa Joe said:
“I think hemming and hawing over minor things like that are ridiculous. I understand people have their opinions and feel a certain way about it, but I personally think it’s silly to sit here and continue to harp on it.”
He was also asked about his WWE departure, to which Joe made it clear in his reply that he doesn’t like to dwell on any negativity.
“I wasn’t overly frustrated with everything. I mean, things like that happen. It worked out at times and sometimes it didn’t and that’s how it goes. I don’t really sit here and dwell on things and punish myself over things that I cannot change or never will be changed. I’m squarely focused on what’s ahead of me and not behind.”
Joe made his return to wrestling at Ring of Honor Supercard of Honor at the start of this month, and looks to be playing a big part in the revival of the promotion.
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