Kevin Owens Reveals His Remaining Goals In WWE

Kevin Owens

Kevin Owens has accomplished a lot in his WWE career and he recently spoke about what keeps him going.

After spending nearly a decade in WWE, Kevin Owens has really done it all. As a former WWE Universal Champion who also held the Intercontinental & United States Titles, Owens has been one of the top singles wrestlers in all of WWE.

Kevin Owens also accomplished an incredible feat by main eventing WrestleMania 38 Saturday with Steve Austin (in Austin’s first match in 19 years) and then a year later, Owens won the Tag Team Titles with Sami Zayn over The Usos in the WrestleMania 39 Saturday main event. What was historic about the WM39 main event is that it was the first time the WWE Tag Team Titles were defended in a WrestleMania main event.

Prior to working for WWE in August 2014, Owens spent over a decade as a successful wrestler in the independents as well. Owens will turn 40 years old on May 7th, which means it’s time to reflect on his career a little bit.

While talking to’s Mark O’Brien about his Backlash France match, Owens made it clear that he wants to enjoy the ride that he’s on for the rest of his career.

“You know, at this point, I just want to have fun doing what I’m doing and create memorable moments. For everybody that’s watching that’s really into titles and main events and this and that it’s very nice when it happens and it’s great to experience it but I just want to try to cherish the moments that I get that I’ve left in this industry.”

“I’m obviously not saying I’m retiring anytime soon but my career is closer to being done than starting so I’m just trying to enjoy the ride.”

Kevin Owens Set For Tag Team Grudge Match At WWE Backlash France

There are just five matches at Backlash France on May 4th and Kevin Owens, who is a rare French-speaking wrestler in WWE since he grew up in Quebec, will be teaming up with WWE legend Randy Orton on the show.

The team of Owens & Orton will be facing off against The Bloodline’s Solo Sikoa & Tama Tonga, who is having his WWE debut match at Backlash. The full card is below.

* Undisputed WWE Championship: Cody Rhodes (c) vs. AJ Styles

* World Heavyweight Championship: Damian Priest (c) vs. Jey Uso

* WWE Women’s Championship: Bayley (c) vs. Naomi vs. Tiffany Stratton

* The Bloodline – Solo Sikoa & Tama Tonga vs. Randy Orton & Kevin Owens

* Women’s Tag Team Championships: Kabuki Warriors – Asuka & Kairi Sane (c) vs. Bianca Belair & Jade Cargill

You can watch Backlash France, streaming live on Saturday, May 4, at 1 p.m. ET/10 a.m. PT on Peacock in the United States and on WWE Network everywhere else.