Alfred Konuwa On Vince’s Comments About The Wild Samoans, What Will The Rock Do At WrestleMania?, more

Alfred KunowaYesterday Forbes & Bleacher Report wrestling columnist Alfred Konuwa was on WrestleZone Daily. Alfred was back with the latest installment of his weekly segment for the Daily called What’s Best For Business? which airs every Tuesday on WrestleZone Daily. In this installment Alfred speaks candidly with Nick about:

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On Vince McMahon’s comments towards Roman Reigns on Monday Night RAW in regards to his Uncle Afa and his Father Sika, The Wild Samoans:

AK: It was very jarring. Nothing really surprises me from WWE these days from how far they are going to go to further a heel. I just have to tell myself, “Oh, he’s a bad guy. I guess he’s trying to get heat.” That’s not how I would have done it but (laughs) it was quite the offensive comment, as it were. 

On what he thinks The Rock will be doing at WrestleMania this year:

AK: I think The Rock will make another cameo appearance. I know right now that it’s announced four months out and a lot of people have their expectations really high. They might get out of control. To say that it’s going to be a cameo appearance with no wrestling match might sound disappointing but the last two WrestleManias The Rock made just cameo appearances in segments. You could argue they were the best segments on the shows. I wouldn’t be opposed to seeing The Rock give the rub to a younger guy. Give a Rock Bottom or two. I really, really doubt he’s going to wrestle. 

On the possibility that Dean Ambrose may not be aligned with Roman Reigns much longer after Kevin Owens beat him down on RAW and Reigns did not come out to save him:

AK: I don’t think any of these stables, to be honest, are going to persist. I think that WWE is just doing this as a holding pattern until they really establish where they are going to go with these individual characters and tag teams. It’s really not feasible to have this many guys. To have this many stables. I don’t see “The Family” even lasting that long. Have they even anointed them as “The Family” on TV as an official thing? Or is it just this brotherhood?

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