AEW's 2point0 Have No Regrets About Joining WWE

No regrets

2point0 have no regrets about joining WWE because the company brought them to where they are today.

Having teamed together since 2004 as 3.0, Matt Lee and Jeff Parker would sign with WWE in 2019 as Ever-Rise and they were often used as enhancement talents for more-pushed tag teams on NXT and 205 Live. Ever-Rise were able to showcase their personality in backstage segments, though. 

Lee and Parker were released by WWE in June 25 and they signed with All Elite Wrestling a couple of months later. 

Speaking about their WWE run during a virtual signing with K&S WrestleFest, both members of 2point0 noted they don't regret signing with Vince McMahon's company. 

Parker began: "Definitely not [regret joining WWE]."

Matt Lee added: "I don't know if we regret it because it brought us to where we are today. I don't think we'd be at AEW if it wasn't for - you know what I mean?"

Parker continued: "And the amount of stuff that you learn there like, it's impossible to work for their company in that situation and not learn."

Matt Lee concluded: "Did they waste two-and-a-half years of our lives? A little bit, you know what I mean? But I don't regret it. Do we wish things had played out differently?..."

Since signing with AEW in August, 2point0 have been featured performers on Dynamite and Rampage, facing the likes of Darby Allin, Jon Moxley, Eddie Kingston and Sting.

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