It's Kevin Owens Time to be the Face of WWE

Updated: Sep 19


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Kevin Owens is one of, if not the best all-around wrestlers on WWE's roster. The man has it all. He is excellent on the mic as a heel and babyface. He has proven time and time again he can bring that nuclear heat as a heel or be a comedic genius as a face.


His abilities in the ring are undeniable. He can go toe-to-toe with the best of them and has proven that throughout his career even before joining WWE. He’s held 18 titles over 11 different brands/promotions and has wrestled some of the best performers in the world today.


Since Joining the WWE back in August of 2012, Owens has been in some of the most memorable moments and feuds in WWE history, starting in NXT when he attacked Sami Zayn at NXT TakeOver: R Evolution. As Zayn was celebrating in the ring after winning the NXT Championship, Owens came out to congratulate him before powerbombing Zayn onto the ring apron, beginning a memorable feud that ended with Owens taking the title from Zayn at NXT TakeOver: Rival. He went on to hold the title for 143 days before losing it to Finn Balor.


Since his main roster debut back in 2015, Owens has had a decent career thus far in WWE. Having his own show "The KO Show" and memorable feuds with John Cena, Chris Jericho, Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins, Shane McMahon, Jon Moxley, fka Dean Ambrose, and even "Stone Cold" Steve Austin, where he somehow got the Texas Rattlesnake to come out of retirement and wrestle his last match at Wrestlemania 38 in Arlington, Texas.


One title has aluded Owens from having a legendary run in the WWE: The WWE Title. Since 2014, Owens has held gold in NXT/WWE seven times. He has held the NXT Title once, the Intercontinental Title twice, the United States Title on three occasions and the Universal Title once, losing to Goldberg in 22 seconds. Surprisingly, Owens hasn't held a title since 2017, which is mind boggling considering how great he has been.

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It appears that KO is going back to his roots. The "Prize Fighter" is back and has put the WWE roster on notice, and he is going after what belongs to him, taking out anyone who stands in his way. With Clash at the Castle coming up on September 3rd, KO has his eyes set on whoever walks out of Cardiff, Wales victorious. When Roman Reigns and Drew McIntyre battle it out for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship, you never know what KO will do or when he will show up. It is not a matter of can he be the WWE champion. It's when will he be the WWE champion because he needs and deserves to happen. Until then, Fight Owens Fight and Stun the World.







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