A former WWE name has revealed their thoughts on the company and that they recently coached at the Performance Center.
In September 2022, it was rumored that Bull Buchanan was set to be a guest coach at the WWE Performance Center.
Speaking on the Insiders Edge podcast, Buchanan confirmed this news, whilst reflecting on his time in the company, saying:
“I’ve never had a bad thing to say about the WWE. They always did what they said they would do, the checks were always there. I had a good relationship with everybody.
“I can’t really look back on it and say that I ever had a bad day at work while I was there, you know?
“As far as, you know, there’s hassles. Flight gets delayed, your rental car’s not there, it’s always stuff like that but as far as working in the company — and even to this day, I went down a few months ago and did a guest coaching thing.
“They’ve always been first-class, they’ve always done what they said they would do and it’s always been a really good relationship.”
Buchanan’s son, Ben, is currently signed to WWE and performs under the name Brooks Jensen.
He signed with WWE in August 2021 and made his in-ring debut in September of that year.
Jensen and his tag team partner Josh Briggs were the last holders of the NXT UK Tag Team Championship.
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