D’Lo Brown reacts to being asked why he’s not in WWE as a producer or trainer

D'Lo Brown's response is that sometimes, it's not a matter of 'if' but 'when' and to let it play out

Brown states that sometimes, it’s not a matter of ‘if’ but ‘when’. 

For the past several years of D’Lo Brown’s time in pro wrestling, he worked with IMPACT Wrestling in various roles and his most recent position was co-Head of Talent Relations. 

In September 2022, D’Lo wrapped up with the company. K & S WrestleFest hosted a virtual signing with Brown and a chat user asked how is D’Lo not a producer or trainer for WWE. 

The former WWF/E Intercontinental Champion responded by saying “all things in due time” and he’ll just let it play out. 

All things in due time. Sometimes, it’s not a matter of if but when so we’ll just let it play out.

When the topic of the WWE Hall of Fame came up, Brown expressed that he believes he’s not done enough to go in as a solo act but would like to go in as a member of The Nation of Domination. 

It would be nice (to be in the WWE Hall of Fame). I think The Nation (of Domination) could go in. For me personally, I think I’m in the ‘hall’ very good. I don’t think I’ve crossed over to Hall of Fame but that’s just my opinion… I don’t think I did it for long enough. I think The Nation could go in, I could get in that way but me individually… just my opinion.

To read D’Lo’s remarks about his most recent stretch in IMPACT, head over to this link

If the quotes in this article are used, please credit K & S WrestleFest with an H/T to POST Wrestling for the transcriptions. 

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