Former WWE head author Vince Russo feels Omos may not be the very best individual to take the top spot as a physically dominant heel in the business.
MVP and his client were on RAW this week to sign the contract for their two-on-one Handicap match versus Bobby Lashley at Hell in a Cell. Nevertheless, things developed into a brawl as security personnel failed to keep the two leviathans in check. The end of the show saw Lashley put The Colossus through a table.
Speaking about the Nigerian Giant on the most recent episode of Sportskeeda's Legion of RAW, Russo mentioned that he was not ready to be a top WWE Superstar.
" Bro, he's [Omos] not made this [the top spot] He's never ever going to be ready for this spot," Russo said.
Russo mentioned that WWE saw cash in him, but it was fine even if Omos was not able to take that spot. The former writter reasoned that the 28-year-old was not cut out for it and could be a larger draw beyond the wrestling company.
" That's not a bad thing. He's not supposed to be doing this. He's a huge guy who's a giant. They saw him and they saw dollar signs and they saw money. Not everybody can do this and that's okay. I mean seriously, that is all right.".
Omos and MVP will collaborate against Bobby Lashley at WWE Hell In A Cell.
While Omos may have taken a pounding on RAW this week, he will be seeking to settle the score with The All Mighty at Hell in a Cell.
MVP might be the difference-maker in the handicap match. The supervisor has actually been on a warpath to ruin the previous WWE Champion considering that the night after WrestleMania 38.
The veteran got a win over his former Hurt Business partner on the May 23 episode of RAW. Lashley was passed over after The Giant interfered without the referee noticing. This resulted in the handicap match stipulation coming into play.
Things are warming up as we head into WWE's next premium live event, and the duo of Omos and MVP will aim to utilize the numbers game to their advantage this Sunday to put down Lashley at last.