Kevin Owens has revealed his new goal for WWE WrestleMania 37 is to earn a match on the card.
Owens, despite being involved in some huge feuds on WWE programming in the last year - including a massive rivalry with Roman Reigns over the WWE Universal Championship, is yet to have a confirmed match at the two-night WrestleMania event at the beginning of April.
KO does not have a match on the WWE Fastlane card this Sunday either and, having initially said he wanted to jump off the pirate ship at WrestleMania, is instead now just targeting a match on 'The Grandest Stage Of Them All' on either Saturday 10 or Sunday 11 April.
Speaking on WWE's The Bump, Owens said: "At this point we’re, like, five weeks away and I don’t have a match yet. It’s happened to me before. WrestleMania 35 to be precise, where I was available and wasn’t on WrestleMania. At the time that really killed me. I was really unhappy about that. But I lived through it and realized it’s not okay; you obviously want to be part of WrestleMania. But the world doesn’t end because you’re not on WrestleMania.
“So I set my goal, as far as WrestleMania in five weeks goes, to be on it at this point. Forget the pirate ship. If I’m there and there’s someone to dive on and I’m near the ship, great. But at this point I’m just hoping to be on WrestleMania. That’s my goal.”
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