WWE Raw Star Cuts Passionate Promo Hoping Fans Don’t Give Up On Them

2 months ago by Connel Rumsey

WWE Raw Star Cuts Passionate Promo Hoping Fans Don’t Give Up On Them WWE

WWE Raw star Mustafa Ali has chased the United States Championship endlessly since his return to WWE television back in May.

Coming up short against champions Austin Theory, Bobby Lashley, Seth Rollins and now once again Theory, fans have begun to wonder just if Ali will end up capturing the title.

Ali uploaded a promo to Twitter today, speaking about how he hopes that people don’t give up on him on his quest to capture the title.

He said:

“To me, it’s very easy to go into battle when you look behind you and there’s an army following you. But lately for me, when I look back, I don’t see a lot of people following me.

“I understand why a lot of people have given up on me. Week after week, loss after loss, beatdown after beatdown, I get it. But all I can say is that I hope you don’t give up on me,”

Ali then got personal with why winning the United States Championship would mean so much to him.

He said:

“I hope you don’t give up on my chase for the United States Championship, and here’s why. Why do I keep getting getting up? Why, after beatdown after beatdown, do I keep picking a fight?

“The reason why is I wanna take you all the way back to when I was in high school. On 9/11, the tragic events unfolded, and the teachers thought it would be best to let the students talk and express their emotions and how they feel. I remember raising my hand and saying, ‘I can’t believe this happened to us.’ Kid in front of me turns around, and he says, ‘Us? What are you talking about? Your people did this.’ I looked around the class, and I looked at the teacher, and I was hoping someone would say something to help me or defend me. No one said anything. Despite being born here in this country, despite being an American, despite being a former police officer, a guy that actually wanted to protect people, that was willing to put his life on the line, I’m not American enough.

“So the United States Championship, sure it means more TV time, it means more money. It means a lot of things to a lot of people, but to me, it means I belong, and that’s all I’ve been chasing for my entire life. I don’t know how I’m gonna become the United States Champion, I don’t know when I’m gonna become the United States Champion, but I know why I wanna become the United States Champion. Now you do, too.”

Ali recently competed in the SmackDown World Cup tournament representing Pakistan, but remains a part of the Raw roster.

transcription via Fightful

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