Killer Kross Unsure Where He Ends Up, Says He’s Never Met Triple H
Killer Kross is one of the hottest free agents on the market but he says he doesn’t even know where he ends up signing next, and the rumored meeting he had with Triple H never happened.
Kross recently spoke with the Two Man Power Trip Of Wrestling podcast ahead of his appearance at MLW Fightland this Saturday and commented on the rumors and reports about his next destination and his alleged talks with WWE. Earlier this month, F4WOnline.com reported Kross was scheduled to meet with Triple H, but according to the former IMPACT Wrestling star, they’ve never even met.
“I have to address this. You had mentioned Hunter or “Triple H”. I’ve never met him. I don’t know where the story came up exactly first in the dirt sheets and I don’t really pay that much attention to them, but I’ve never met him. I think it’s cool and kind of flattering that those stories circulate,” Kross said, “but I’d like to meet him. If someone could make that happen that would be great. I know it’s not meant to be malicious or whatnot and it’s fun to fantasize about that stuff but unfortunately, that hasn’t happened yet.”
On a related note, Kross also responded to another report earlier today that said he would be “fast-tracked” to WWE after his meeting with HHH, noting that it was “news to him.”
Despite having a number of options, Kross says he’s still undecided as to where he ends up signing with. He noted the gravity of his decision and says it’s flattering to be talked about so much, but there’s a lot of misinformation out there.
“I’ll tell you too and you don’t have to read a dirt sheet. I’ll just tell you the truth and if any of them had asked me this I would have told them this as well. I don’t know where I am going to end up yet and that doesn’t bother me, and it shouldn’t bother anyone else. This is a huge decision. This is a life-changing decision and I enjoy the idea of commitment so when I make the decision on which direction I am going to go in,” Kross said, “I need to be 100% committed in my mind and I need to have everything to lay as it should be and I understand the speculation that people are making and it doesn’t bother me and it’s cool. What’s wrong with being the subject of conversation in the pro wrestling industry? I’m flattered by it and I am humbled by it, but the truth of the matter is I don’t know where I am going next. I have ideas and I am in conversations with many different channels but there is such a massive amount of embellishment out there that sometimes I feel bad reading it, but I’ll just mind my own business and be over here.”
“I feel bad because if they are paying that source, somebody is probably making a pretty penny off it and the source is wrong. I don’t know how all that stuff works but I don’t take any offense to it,” Kross said, “and I don’t mean to be challenging for anybody but the truth of it is that I’m still observing my options and a decision like this is something I really need to weigh in on.”
Kross also spoke about making his MLW debut at the 2300 Arena as part of the FIGHTLAND event where he’ll face “Filthy” Tom Lawlor and much more. The full episode can be heard at the top of this page or on your favorite podcast app.
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