James Ellsworth was a very unlikely Superstar but he was consistently a part of WWE’s stories during his time with the company.
But after a 16 month run with WWE, he was released and as he admitted to Chris Jericho on Talk Is Jericho, there was certainly more he would have liked to do.
“I’m appreciative of all the opportunities I got,” Ellsworth said. “I had a blast. I loved it, I loved every moment of it. Glass is kinda half-full cause I’m not content. I mean I did a lot of cool stuff there […] but am I content with the run? No, I would’ve liked to do more and hopefully, in the future, I’ll get to do more. But I had so much fun”
If Ellsworth gets another chance at a WWE run I’m sure he’ll make the most of it just like he did the first time around. But at least James Ellsworth had a chance to perform on a bigger stage which not only raised the value of his name but also gave him plenty of memories he’ll never forget.
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