-- Kevin Owens recently spoke to CBS Sports about his program with Braun Strowman, getting thrown off the top of the cage, his work with Chris Jericho and the Festival of Friendship among other topics. Here is a quick recap and the full interview is embedded below:
On his program with Braun Strowman
"You've seen what I've been put through so It hasn’t been a lot of fun to be honest but it’s like any other job, it’s not always fun. There's ups and downs, let’s just call this one a down.
On being thrown from the top of the cage
"I always wondered why people did that. I don't know why I even went down that way for me either. Things just kind of happened and you go with the flow. I’m still standing and I’m still walking and it’s a moment a lot of people will remember for a long time so I guess that’s a positive in my career."
On the 60 seconds after taking the bump
"There wasn't much going on there to be honest. I guess I was just kind of waking up and seeing if all my limbs were moving. To be honest, I was thinking about my wife and my kids watching. And first thing I did when I got back is let them know I was okay. Besides that, I wish I could pinpoint my thoughts but I don't remember them and that might be the product of what happened to me."
The Festival of Friendship with Chris Jericho
"To this day, I think people put importance on it. I haven’t realized the impact it had on people. It stuck with a lot of people, it's great. You don't really going in thinking that way, you try to do your best that night. We've though about this a long time. Every element of it was something that had come along months before, just stuff we decided to integrate. It was really a team effort between me and Jericho and we had Chris Scoville or Jimmy Jacobs helping us out. We all put our heads together and came up with something special and it worked out."