Low Ki Talks WWE Management Issues; Future Of TNA

Scott Fishman of The Miami Herald has a great interview with TNA star Low Ki, the former Kaval in WWE. The TNA superstar was promoting his match against Ricochet at Saturday's House of Glory's Fight or Flight event in New York at the NYC Arena at 8 p.m. Below are some excerpts:

Why he doesn't think it would be different for him in WWE today:

"It's still the same management system in place. My issues were not with the wrestlers. My issues were with management. They fired me before Christmas, so that tells you something. It's still run relatively the same. The only difference is you have a different person with a similar mentality in position, which is Triple H. With Triple H, in all fairness to WWE, at least he was a wrestler.

"So his perspective on how to manage the company and arrange things may have a little more intimate detail in mind than what Vince [McMahon] would do because Vince was never a wrestler. At least Triple H has the in-ring experience to see things differently. The reason why I say Vince McMahon has never been a wrestler is because he has never put his body through hell to the degree of what his performers do and then advance into management. At least Triple H has that insight into potentially directing the company into a different position."

How uncertainty of TNA's future has helped the product:

"In this case with the company being questioned about their future with TV network and where they are going to be, it seems to have ignited the product. The cool part about that is you see a little more traditionally how it should be with the management does the management stuff and the wrestlers do the wrestler stuff. You don't interfere in each other's responsibilities. I think because of that you are seeing a little more personality of the wrestlers. You are seeing a little more value out of them."

Low Ki also discussed how TNA is different now, WWE "destroying" names of established stars when they join the company, how pro wrestling has changed, the new generation of talent and more.

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