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Kevin Owens talks the feeling of being thrown off a 20-foot ladder

Surprise, falling off a 20-foot-ladder onto a folding table doesn’t feel that good. Kevin Owens is here to answer the tough questions, with straight answers.

These are trying times in the life of KO. On Monday, Owens had his car flipped over by a real life on Monster. On Tuesday, Owens had his heart broken by country music superstar Shania Twain.

In a new interview with the Argus Leader, Owens is asked about his now infamous spot with Braun Strowman at Money in the Bank. So KO, how was getting tossed off a 20-foot-ladder?

“I don’t know how well it can go when you get thrown off a 20-foot ladder. I’m definitely feeling it; it was an uneasy morning. It’s not part of the risks we take as wrestlers, but stuff like that doesn’t happen every night obviously, but when you got these ladder matches, there’s high stakes, and everybody’s trying to make a name for themselves. Everybody wants to get the MITB contract; that usually means at some point they will become champion. That’s a big deal; that’s what everybody strives for. I’m a professional, and I get used to stuff like that, but I never experienced what I did last night. But I’ll be ready to go before you know it.”

Maybe one day, when Braun Strowman comes around to being best friends with Kevin Owens, they’ll both look back at that ladder incident as the start to a beautiful friendship.

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