Ex-WWE Star Was Okay With Losing Streak – “We All Can’t Be Roman”

WWE Brian Myers

Winning isn’t everything according to Brian Myers.

While stars such as Goldberg, Asuka and most recently Roman Reigns have been known for going years without suffering a pinfall loss, the former Curt Hawkins would see the complete opposite happen in his career.

With Hawkins gradually building up a losing streak on TV and at live events, WWE would capitalise on their booking and reference the multiple losses on commentary. The former Tag Team Champion would get to 269 losses before finally breaking the streak.

Speaking with Notsam Wrestling, Myers revealed that he had no issues with losing so many matches as there a limited spots at the top:

“[This] business, man, I say all the time [it’s] a roller coaster ride man. We all can’t be Roman Reigns. Roman Reigns rules and he’s freaking awesome. He’s the best. But that’s his spot. There’s not like 14 of those spots. There’s one and he basically created that spot. That spot didn’t even exist before he got it. So like, it can’t all be just winning and being awesome and massive paydays and stuff. You gotta take the good with the bad.”

Hawkins would finally pick up a victory on the pre-show of WrestleMania 35, where he teamed with Zack Ryder to defeat The Revival and become the new Raw Tag Team Champions.

Is Brian Myers Still In WWE?

Being released from his contract in the very first round of the budget cuts releases in April 2020, Myers would return to IMPACT Wrestling in July of that year. Happy with being a part of the promotion, Myers has revealed that he signed an extension with IMPACT Wrestling.

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