Kross noted that Scarlett asked him months ago what his Ideal Master List debut would be, and he said a perfect world would see him work on both NXT and RAW, and maybe even SmackDown. Kross said he got what he wanted on his 36th birthday, which was the RAW episode of July 19. That’s when he made his Red Mark debut with the loss to Jeff Hardy.
“Finding myself in front of a packed arena, having a full house and having the opportunity to do what I love in front of the #WWEUniverse; to hear them, see them and feel them after more than a year of being here without full participation and chasing after that long before I arrived… This month has been pretty awesome. Looking forward to the future … And more. [hourglass emoji] #TickTock, ”he wrote.
Kross’ full statement reads as follows:
Scarlett asked me privately several months ago what my ideal scenario would be to get to the main roster.
I told her in a perfect world,
I would love to work on both series; @wwenxt & @wwe #WWERAW and maybe even #WWESmackdown.
I wanted as much as what was available to do.
The birthday comes months later,
And this very day of July 19,
I got what I wanted.
Never argued with anyone, never talked about it.
I just put it in the universe and did my best to work on it in private.
To be in front of a packed arena, to have a full house and to have the opportunity to do what I love in front of the #WWEUniverse; to hear them, see them and feel them after more than a year of being here without full participation and to continue this long before my arrival…
This month has been pretty awesome.
Looking forward to the future …
And more. [hourglass emoji] #TIC Tac
Scarlett responded in the comments section and wrote: “A true story [clapping emoji] »
Kross is set to defend his NXT title against Samoa Joe at Takeover 36 on Sunday August 22, the day after SummerSlam. RAW’s feud with Jeff Hardy is also expected to continue.
You can click here for a new report on possible master list plans for Kross and Scarlett.
Stay tuned for more. Below is Kross’s full Instagram post: