'An Inherently Chaotic Environment' - Samoa Joe Details Working On The WWE Main Roster

Joe joined the WWE main roster in 2017

Samoa Joe has discussed the key differences between working on WWE's main roster and his time in TNA.

Joe spent ten years as part of Total Nonstop Action before joining WWE NXT in 2015. The Samoan Submission Machine then made his way up to the WWE main roster in 2017 before being released earlier this year, returning to NXT.

The three-time NXT Champion says the WWE main roster was completely different to anything he's experienced before, given the scale of production and how quickly television plans could change.

Speaking as a guest on The Kurt Angle Show, Joe said: "You know, TNA, obviously the locker room is awesome. Backstage at times could be chaotic. It was very easy going in a good way. Especially in TNA, a lot of people wanted to work together to help each other and help get each other over.

"When you get to WWE, it's just a whole different animal. TV production is so much bigger; different cities, location issues. I mean, there's always a new crisis every week just based on the nature of having to take this giant circus every week to film it.

"You know, you get used to working in an inherently chaotic environment just by the very nature of what it is. So, I will say this. I can't say that I've been in a locker room in my entire career that hasn't been stellar."

H/T SportsKeeda Wrestling

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