WWE announced the release of Aleister Black last Wednesday, along with numerous other Superstars.
The former Aleister Black, now once again going by the name Tommy End, was recently a guest on Renée Paquette’s Oral Sessions podcast. During the interview End revealed some storylines and feuds that were discussed but eventually scrapped by WWE.
According to End, at one point there were discussions of pairing Aleister Black up with The Undertaker. He also talked about Paul Heyman’s idea to have him work a program with Samoa Joe and Brock Lesnar, which obviously never took place.
“One of the cool pitches for me was that for a moment when I had that match with AJ [Styles], one of the things leading up to WrestleMania was that during the end of my match with AJ, The Undertaker appeared and helped me and saved me from the beatdown The Good Brothers gave me. One of the pitches was at WrestleMania, it was going to be the other way around. So, it was AJ and Taker, and one of the pitches was that towards the end of that match, the Good Brothers would come out or something to that extent, and I would be the one to help Taker. The fact that they even considered that was like, wow! It was very cool.”
“One of Heyman’s ideas was to have Samoa Joe or Brock Lesnar come into the room at the time that would eventually lead to an interaction between me, Brock Lesnar or Samoa Joe. I would cut a promo in this room, and Lesnar would come in through the darkness and choke me out and stuff.”
You can listen to the entire episode of Renée Paquette’s Oral Session podcast featuring Tommy End, fka Aleister Black below.
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