Independent Worker & Recent WWE Extra Steven Walters Provides An Update On WWE Network Series On Cruiserweight Talent

Wrestling News World reader Steven Muehlhausen sent in the following:

My name is Steven Muehlhausen and I host a Pro Wrestling Show in Chicago called The Fight Club Chicago and I recently conducted an interview with Independent Wrestler Steven Walters as he has had a tryout match with WWE and has appeared as an extra when he was as an EMT in the angle that John Morrison was exited from the WWE and was used as a cameraman when he was attacked by Mark Henry when he was World Champion.

Walters talks about how he has been approached by WWE for a Cruiserweight Show on the WWE Network.

Walters on being contacted by WWE: “I’ve been in contact back and forth from WWE about that Cruiserweight Show there going to be putting on the network soon. There looking for guys my size, around 200 pounds, like around 5ft 9 to 6ft tall also. I’ve been going back and forth with them a few times about that.”

When he was contacted: “It wasn’t long after I did that extra spot for them in December. I got hit with a chair. I got a chance to talk to Lauranitis a little bit. I got a 1 on 1 meeting with him. That was one of the things he approached me about.”

Last time he talked to them: “I talked to them was about 3-4 weeks ago. They had to push the debut of it back to later this year around November or so.”

The rest of the interview we talk about his close friendship with Hall of Famer Edge, what he has meant to him and much more. You can listen to the complete interview at this link.

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  • Blazeking

    An all Cruiserweight show? Sounds like it could be entertaining. IMO, when TNA had Xplosion, I always thought that it should have been an all X-division show.

  • Chris

    Should he be openly talking about this sort of thing?