As noted, Elias teams up with Kevin Owens and Baron Corbin in a featured six-man tag-team match against The Undertaker, Roman Reigns and Braun Strowman at the WWE live event scheduled to go down at the legendary Madison Square Garden arena in New York City tomorrow evening.
Ahead of one of the biggest showdowns in his young career, Elias spoke with The New York Post for an interview promoting the event. Featured below are some of the highlights.
On his initial thoughts when finding out he would be working with The Undertaker: "I said, 'that is the perfect matchup. I would have preferred if it was one-on-one, but that would probably happen somewhere down the line. This will be the first-ever meeting of The Deadman and The Living Truth."
On whether or not it will be cool to say he got to take a Tombstone from The Undertaker: "Yeah, that's always something you can say down the line, but I think it will be more noteworthy to say, 'You know what, I sold out Madison Garden and I sang a song that insulted The Undertaker right before he came out.'"
On plans for more original music: "It would have to be the right city, the right place, the right town, you know all that stuff, but I've got plenty of original music and I love to have fun and just entertain. So, I would absolutely do it."
Check out the complete Elias interview at NYPost.com.