During the interview, Rusev talked about how the majority of the roster feels like they are overlooked by WWE officials. This is where he added that everyone wants to be champion and on top but that’s not possible.
He also made an interesting comment about how crowd support does not lead up to a star becoming champion, which is something different from what pro wrestling was built upon. The business was built on promoters creating stars that fans were passionate about and building up a program between those stars to draw money.
“It’s not just us, 99.9 percent of the roster feels overlooked because we’re all so good and we’re all so passionate. Everybody wants to be a champion and everybody can be a champion because we’re that good. It’s just that there [are] only so many titles.
You gotta find what sticks out, you gotta be different. It doesn’t matter if [we hear] Rusev Day or Lana Day chants or whatever it is, the most hyped thing doesn’t make you a champion. There’s so many moving parts to become a champion, it’s beyond my head. Only Vince McMahon knows these things.”