Olympic gold medalist Gable Steveson has yet to work for WWE, but he’s already aiming high by setting his sights on WWE Champion Big E.
Gable Steveson only signed for WWE a few weeks ago, and he hasn’t worked for the company yet … but that hasn’t stopped him from posting a tantalizing statement of intent in which he has set his sights on the WWE Championship of Big E.
Steveson called himself a “title seeker” during a recent conversation with Corey Graves on WWE’s After the Bell podcast and revealed that he wanted to add the WWE Championship to his long list of accomplishments.
“I’m on Monday Night Raw, so right now I’d like to take care of Big E because he’s the champion“Steveson said.”I’m looking for a title. I have always been a title seeker. Gold medal, NCAA championship, whatever else I’ve done, and now that WWE belt, whether it’s Monday night, Friday night, I love being the person people show up to watch.,” he added. “Wherever Gable is this show ends up being perfect. ”
Whether Gable is good in the ring remains to be seen, but the 21-year-old is a longtime fan of the art form and a phenomenal athlete to boot, so there’s a good chance he’ll accept him like a duck. into the water… and if so, Big E vs. Gable Steveson could be a future WrestleMania main event.
As we previously reported, Steveson officially signed with WWE in September after months of speculation regarding his future. Many fans speculated that Steveson would start training at the WWE Performance Center and kick off his WWE career on the company’s NXT development brand, but now we know Steveson will be pulling a Ronda Rousey and accelerating to the main roster. .
Steveson won an Olympic gold medal in the men’s 125 kilogram freestyle competition at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics on Friday, August 6. As we previously reported, Steveson caught the attention of Brock Lesnar and Triple H. Steveson was pictured backstage with Roman Reigns and Paul Heyman at WrestleMania this year. As you may recall, Steveson also appeared as a special guest at SummerSlam last month alongside fellow Olympic wrestling champion Tamyra Mensah-Stock.
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