While Ambrose received praise, questions about his role and comparisons to “Rowdy” Roddy Piper, Luke Harper got plenty of questions about his own career ambitions and about The Wyatt Family’s lack of WWE Championship gold since the team was formed a few years ago.
You can listen to the full interview right here. Below are the highlights of what Luke Harper had to say during the interview:
Harper on the opinion that the Wyatt Family “doesn’t need championships”:
I want to win every title that this promotion has. I want to be the World Heavyweight Champion, on my own, I want to be the Intercontinental Champion, want to be the U.S. champion, wanna be a Tag Champion, I personally want all of that for myself. But at the same time, I have brothers at arms that we are very successful together and I understand that part of it too.
I don’t know why I would be here if I didn’t want a championship. We’ve dominated lots of people, we’ve beat up lots of people, we’ve sent a lot of messages, we’ve been successful, but there’s another level of success that we have yet to attain and that we want to attain.