Carlito: ‘I’d Come Back To WWE For The Right Price!, Discusses Primo/Epico, More

Ryan Clark April 13, 2017 0

Carlito: ‘I’d Come Back To WWE For The Right Price!, Discusses Primo/Epico, More



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Carlito spoke with Sports Illustrated for a new interview. Some highlights are below:

On rumors that he may one day return to WWE: “We’ve had talks. I haven’t spoken to them in a while, but it’s all about economics. For the right price, I’d love to come back, but it’s got to be something that works for them and something that works for me. The last time I was there was the Hall of Fame for my dad. That was a lot of fun. They know me and my personality, and know my comments were all in fun. I’m not the most political person out there, and I just stay true to me and they know that about me.”

On Primo and Epico working as the Shining Stars: “They’re extremely talented, but it’s all about finding the right avenue for them. There are a lot of guys there like that. There is a lot of talent there, and you need to find the right way to exploit it. I’m not a booking guy. I’m a wrestler. I get asked all the time about the promoting side. I don’t worry too much about the promoting or the booking, I just like to go out there and wrestle. I wrestle, then I come back to the locker room, change, and I head to the next town.”

On whether he puts pressure on himself because of who his father is, and how he finds success: “It’s a big name, but at the same time, I like to do my own thing, just at the same standard my father set. My main goal is to give the audience quality. The connection with the audience is the biggest part of what I do. A lot of these people haven’t seen me in years. I’ve been off TV since 2010, so to go out to these towns and have people cheer me and still know my character, it’s humbling. The main thing guys need to do is learn how to connect with an audience. If you do that, they won’t forget you.”



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