Edris Enofe defends his chest tattoo of the WWE’s logo. The NXT young gun just wants to represent WWE in every way possible.
Edris Enofe is hitting back against those who are questioning his choice to get the WWE logo tattooed on his body. According to Enofe, it’s no different than someone getting a Pepsi logo tattooed on their body.
Edris Enofe Defends His New Tattoo And Wants Another
In an interview with USA Network’s USA Insider, Enofe said he looks at the logo as embracing his future as a WWE ambassador and says, hopefully, he will one day be the face of the company.
“Honestly, it was spur of the moment,” he told USA Insider. “I will eventually be the face of this brand and I felt this was the best way to represent it. WWE has changed my life, and this is my way of saying thank you — by becoming an ambassador for the rest of my life.”
“WWE has been my dream since I was 4 years old,” he later added. “When I finally had enough money, I went to my first WWE event, Backlash 2016. And I was in the nosebleeds of the nosebleeds. I remember telling myself, ‘Somehow, someway, I’ll be in that ring.’”
Now, he is knocking back against the critics on Twitter, saying there’s nothing wrong with getting brand logos tattooed on your body.
There’s nothing wrong with getting branded tattoos!! I get a @WWE
Tattoo and y’all wanna clown me.. Others get a Pepsi tattoo and y’all don’t say nothing.. okay
As of yet, Enofe has not shown his finished WWE tattoo. For now, he’s not the face of WWE or even NXT, but Enofe is getting a growing role on Tuesday nights alongside Malik Blade and Odyssey Jones.
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