Nick Aldis is not a fan of Bruce Prichard saying that he doesn’t have the “it factor” it takes to be a top guy on a recent episode of Something to Wrestle.
“He’s full of s— is the reality,” Aldis said on SiriusXM’s Busted Open Radio. “What he did was just expose the fact that he hasn’t been paying attention to anything that’s been going on. When he was running TNA, he wasn’t paying attention. He was asleep.”
Aldis says that there are plenty of Hall of Famers that have a different opinion than Prichard and that he likes to present subjective opinions as fact.
“He lives in this past mentality where he thinks because he is WWE, he can just say whatever about someone and that is the only thing people will hear. It don’t work like that anymore. Times have changed.
“By the time he had been relieved of his duties in TNA in 2013, he had got the viewing numbers down to 1 million people. By the time I had the world title at the end of that year and through the start of 2014, we had gotten the average figure back up to 1.3 and peaked at 1.55, which is just shy of 1.561, which is was the lowest RAW rating in history. Which came out the same week that he decided to trash me on his podcast. Maybe that little extra bit of rating that RAW got is the ‘it factor’ that I don’t have. Because it can’t be that his entire roster doesn’t have the ‘it factor.'”
Check out the full clip below:
"He just exposed the fact that he hasn't been paying attention to anything that's been going on." 😲@RealNickAldis discusses with @davidlagreca1 & @bullyray5150 the comments made about him from Bruce Prichard 🔊 pic.twitter.com/2zAQiACyxd
— SiriusXM Busted Open (@BustedOpenRadio) July 27, 2020