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Big E: The New Day Still Have So Much To Offer As A Trio In WWE

Keep the band together

While they had remained apart for much of the last year, The New Day reunited on September 13 as Big E cashed in his Money In The Bank contract and defeated Bobby Lashley for the WWE Championship, moving to Monday Night Raw in the process. 

The reunited faction have since teamed together against The Bloodline and Bobby Lashley, AJ Styles & Omos, and Big E feels The New Day still have "so much to offer" as a trio in WWE.

While speaking about New Day's match at Extreme Rules with Sports Illustrated, Big E stated: "I know as champion that I have to assert myself as a singles competitor, but we got to this dance together. Even though our match was kind of impromptu and set up on the kickoff, it's meaningful to me to go out there with two guys that I genuinely love being in the ring with - and I'm glad we were able to go out there and tear it up.

"And I'm so humbled and appreciative that people are so genuinely behind us as a trio. We still have so much to offer, and I have high hopes for all three of us. I'm pounding the King of the Ring drum for Woods, which is another chance to show how good he is."

The New Day was broken up during the 2020 WWE Draft and although a new draft is just around the corner, Big E wants to remain on the same brand as Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods.

"Our time apart was good in the sense that I got an opportunity to mature as a performer, but now I want to take those lessons I learned, specifically the character tweaks, and use those as a collective. As a trio, we have so many different ways to go. I also like the idea of hitting that Wale music and going out there alone to defend my title solo. There is no leader in this group - we all have goals, and we're all pursuing our dreams," Big E added.

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