During his appearance on “The Gorilla Position Podcast”, Samoa Joe discussed whether he thinks he’ll win a world title in the WWE. Joe stated that he believes it to be only a matter of time. Here’s what he had to say:
Racism. I had to say that because I know some fans will say ‘we knew it, we knew it.’
You know what, honestly, time and where we’re at in the story. In terms of what the future holds I’m pretty confident about it. Let me put it this way, I’ve faced a lot worse odds in overcoming things and I’m pretty confident of overcoming this one.
I look at it like this as in terms of importance there are two varieties of it. There’s what’s important to me and there’s what’s important to my legacy, which includes what the fans think.
For my legacy and for what the fans who have followed me throughout my career, it’s very important. For me personally, I find a great amount of enjoyment in what I do. I’m able to do what I do around the world, this is my dream job and I love it.
That being said, it’s also very important to me, damn it. Are you crazy? Of course, it’s important to me and my legacy. It’s important to both.
You can listen to the interview below:
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