With three WrestleMania appearances in a four-year career under his belt, WWE star Omos has revealed his future goals.
Having recently spoken about Brock Lesnar and Bobby Lashley (two of his former WrestleMania opponents), Omos has spoken about where he sees himself in the next five to ten years.
Appearing on Insight with Chris Van Vliet, the giant looking to the future, saying:
“I mean, of course [being] WWE Champion. That’s it, to get to the top of the list.
“When I first started I had goals I wanted to accomplish and I’ve met some of those goals.
“I wanted to wrestle… at WrestleMania, and I’ve been at WrestleMania three times. One as a WWE [Raw Tag Team] Champion with AJ Styles. I wrestled Bobby Lashley last year in Dallas, and then starting the show [this year] with the one and only Brock Lesnar.
“So I think there’s a lot of plans left, and there’s a lot that I have to achieve, but top of that list is becoming that [WWE Champion.]
“Holding that gold over my head and saying ‘Here, look at me now. I’m the biggest, baddest son of a gun you’ve ever seen here.’ So that is on the top of the list.”
Following the WWE Draft, Omos is a free agent and able to appear on any of the company’s brands.
Triple H also recently announced the high-profile WWE World Heavyweight Championship which will see its first champion crowned at Night of Champions on May 27 in Saudi Arabia.
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