Mizu recently pondered becoming the second WWE champion in his career and what that meant for him.
Ms. cashed a Money in the Bank briefcase in the WWE Elimination Chamber to defeat Drew McIntyre and regain the WWE Championship ten years after her first reign.
When talking to , Mizu talked about what it means to him to be trusted in this position and how he is a different performer than the man who held the title in the past.
“It feels like the perfect storm that ended me in the WWE Championship,” Mizanin said. “Whenever you can hold the most coveted title in WWE and become the person trusted to be the face of the company, it means the world to us. That’s what we fight. So we’re here every week. Sure, we’re here to entertain our viewers, but we have a goal. My goal has always been to regain the WWE Championship. I didn’t want to be a starter. I wanted the title again and wanted to show you what I could do as a WWE champion. Well, here I’m sitting in front of you as that person.
“Now I am confident. I was confident 10 years ago, but the knowledge I learned through failure has always said that failure taught me more than all success. Through all my failures and successes, I was able to learn and absorb what I needed to return to my current location. Now I am happy, confident, ready and ready. Every time Raw is broadcast, I want everyone to know that it’s the most must-see show, and that things are happening and sometimes you don’t know what’s going on. You want to see what’s going on. What happens next. That’s what makes a great show great. “
Mizu will take his first major test as a WWE Champion at WWE Raw next week to defend his title against Bobby Lashley.
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