Former WWE Superstar Paul London has once again hit out at World Wrestling Entertainment in a recent interview where he covered various questions about his time in the company.
London had a run with the company from 2003 to 2008 where he became a three-time tag team champion as well as winning the cruiserweight title once. He is probably most well-known for his time as WWE Tag Team Champion with Brian Kendrick, where they became the longest running champions in the titles history.
After London had been released from his WWE contract on November 7 2008, he has worked at various independent promotions, sometimes reuniting with Kendrick, with whom the tag team was very popular in the wrestling community.
However, since his release by WWE London, he has been quite vocal in his displeasure with the WWE (who he know mockingly calls ‘the entertainers’) and what it has become.
Obviously, the WWE is not the same product it was seven or eight years ago when he joined, as it has become very PG in its production and perception outside of the company.
Even though after his original release it seemed likely that at some point down the road he would join up with the WWE, this did not happen yet.
Considering he is now in his early thirties, he could have still offered a great deal to the company and its tag team division, which at this current time is making a mini-revival.
With all this in mind, London himself stated that he wouldn’t go back to the WWE for all the money in the world.
Interestingly, he wasn’t happy with the recent "Stand Up For The WWE" campaign as he thought that it should have been changed to "Take A Squat On WWE" instead.
He summed up the WWE as a joke and a nasty place to work.
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