LA Knight On Tag Team Match With John Cena

"I mean, if we look just a year ago, where I was and what I was doing, what a hell of a turnaround."

by Sead Dedovic
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LA Knight On Tag Team Match With John Cena
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LA Knight was a guest on the SHAK Wrestling show and talked about the tag team match with John Cena against The Bloodline. LA Knight is extremely happy with the way his career is developing at the moment. In the beginning, he could not even imagine that he would be able to reach such heights, but the conviction of his own abilities never wavered.

“In a weird way, I’ve got no business being here. I mean, if we look just a year ago, where I was and what I was doing, what a hell of a turnaround. Damn near unheard of. So yeah, it’s kind of a crazy situation.

I’m not the best at letting myself really feel that. Maybe 10 years down the road when I look back, but right now in this situation, I’m just so, I don’t know if you’d say maniacally focused or whatever it is, on just making sure that everything hits the mark and that everything is just the way that I want it to be.

But yeah, it’s tough for me to step back and just be like, ‘Wow, this is great.’ Occasionally I might have that thought, but it’s very fleeting”. - LA Knight said, as quoted by pwmania.com

LA Knight on his success

LA Knight emphasized that it was not easy to reach this level of success.

Although he worked hard for years, in a short time he managed to achieve exactly what he wanted. “That’s the craziest part about this is in a weird way, it’s like an overnight success, but it was also 20 years in the making to get to an overnight success, which is such a juxtaposition in a strange way.

I still have a habit of just looking over my shoulder and just waiting for somebody to pull the rug out from under me at any point in time. I’m either waiting for the rug pull or I’m waiting to kind of like, jump up and defend the rug pool because it’s just I’m used to, ‘No, no, no’, and be having to push and yeah, it’s me having to create my own opportunities and even when I’m now kind of put into bigger opportunities, it’s still not a point where I can relax and just be like, ‘Okay, everything’s good.' ”

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