WWE superstar and member of The Club, Luke Gallows recently spoke with NOLA.com while promoting WWE. He talked about several topics related to his career. You can check out some highlights below and the full interview at this link.
What was going through your head when you made your Raw debut on April 11?
“It was awesome, man. Honestly, you never know until you walk out there what kind of reaction you’re going to get. To be in Los Angeles and get the reaction we got, we were very happy about it. Very, very happy to be back in the WWE and be able to perform in front of the WWE Universe.”
Did you have bad blood with WWE when you were released in 2010?
“No, I never did. I never said anything bad about WWE. I started wrestling when I was playing college ball at 18, and the WWE picked me up right after I turned 21. I was very young and green in the business. The WWE afforded me opportunities at that age that so many guys don’t get.
And it gave me a name. When I was released, I wrestled the next day, and I went and I wrestled all over the world. I honed my craft with the goal being to come back and to really be a standout player. That maturity was a good thing for me. I think that it’s helping now, and I hope it shows in my work.”
Will The Club be adding more members?
“That I can’t really talk about right now. That’s Club business. I can tell you this, though: The Club is all about sending messages, putting everybody in this New Era on high alert. We’re here, we’re here to stay, and we’re here to be the top dogs.”