Gable Steveson: I'm Open To Playing Any Role In WWE
Steveson signed with WWE at the start of September
Gable Steveson has admitted he isn't sure what style or character WWE has in mind for him, but believes he has the ability to take on whatever role the company want him to.
Steveson was confirmed as WWE's latest high-profile signing two weeks ago, capping an incredible couple of months for the 21-year-old after he won the Olympic Gold Medal at the 2020 Tokyo Games in August.
With Steveson reportedly set to go full time with WWE from May 2022, the youngster doesn't yet know what is expected of him, but is backing himself to take on whatever opportunity WWE gives him.
Speaking on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani podcast, Steveson said: "I don’t know my style yet, but I think I can pull off the American Hero really well, especially being a gold medalist.
"Kurt [Angle] was the only one; I don’t have a broken freakin’ neck, and I hear it all day on Twitter. ‘You don’t have a broken neck, you’re not the real gold medalist.’ So I heard it all day in all my messages. I’m sorry I didn’t have a broken neck, but I still got a gold medal.
"There are so many styles I could play, there are so many styles I’m ready to play. I’m open to anything. American Hero, bruiser, heel, bad guy, good guy. I think I have the characteristics and charisma to be everything. I’m just waiting to see who I’m gonna be."
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