VIDEO: LA Knight’s Hilarious Reaction When Asked About Max Dupri

VIDEO: LA Knight’s Hilarious Reaction When Asked About Max Dupri WWE

WWE’s mega-star LA Knight was recently asked to share his thoughts regarding his ill-advised character change to Max Dupri in mid-2022, providing a hilariously honest reaction.

Daily Mail’s Alex McCarthy posed the question to Knight who couldn’t hide his true feelings on his time as the manager of the Maximum Male Models.

Knight simply laughed and it off and gave it a massive thumbs down in the short clip, clearly not looking back fondly on the time.

You can view the full clip below.

In the full-printed release of the interview, Knight explained how the change was mainly made due to WWE’s feelings about his age, and that being the reason the company decided to place him in a managerial role.

Thankfully for Knight, despite his fears that it would not happen, his pleas to Triple H were answered and he was eventually turned back into his prior persona of LA Knight that gained him success in NXT.

Knight is many fans’ favorite to win the Money in the Bank ladder match on July 1, with the SmackDown star frequently receiving some of the loudest crowd reactions on the entire WWE roster recently.

However, unfortunately for Knight, a seventh participant was recently added to the match, that being social media star Logan Paul.

Paul and Knight join Butch, Santos Escobar, Ricochet, Shinsuke Nakamura and Damian Priest in the men’s ladder match line-up.

Despite not yet being announced, there have  been conversations surrounding another major returning name potentially being involved at Money in the Bank – to find out more, click this link.

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3 months ago by Jamie Toolan


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