Back in August, Keith Lee debuted on Monday Night Raw in a high profile match against Randy Orton. The main talking point from The Limitless One's debut wasn't his match, though, as fans widely criticised his new entrance music and ring gear.
WWE seemingly recognised their mistake to some extent as Lee quickly switched to wearing a singlet and he received new music at Survivor Series.
The former NXT Champion commented on the changes during a recent interview with Justin Barrasso of Sports Illustrated.
Lee said: "I am very happy with my music. There is one little tweak I intend to make over time, but that's got to be a timing thing and it's got to be well done for me to make it work the way I want it to. I have some evolutionary ideas for my current music that just hit. In terms of the song itself, I wrote that myself and a lot of it is very personal. I'm very happy with being able to express myself in that manner. Even the track, the guys that did it are brilliant. I'm extremely happy with the way the track sounds. I'm happy with the music overall, and I look forward to the little tweaks I intend to make down the road.
"As far as gear goes, my gear is the same as NXT except I have to wear a top right now. Is that my choice? No. But I do what I need to do in order to also keep the people I work for happy. At some point, I will get so big that it won't matter what other people want because Keith Lee knows what's best. Someone will figure that out at some point, and then I won't be wearing a top anymore. Until then, I have no problem with this."