Kevin Owens has a hilarious reaction to breaking his promise on WWE SmackDown


Kevin Owens is a true veteran in the world of pro wrestling as he made a name for himself in the independent circuit including ROH before joining WWE in 2014. Owens has had a solid career at the company so far.

Ahead of the start of this week’s episode of Friday Night SmackDown, Kevin Owens took to Twitter to express his excitement over the return of the live crowd for the show. He also promised not to do anything stupid during the show.

“As long as we’re alive, there’s only 90 minutes left… Houston, it’s really hard to put into words how everyone from the roster to the behind-the-scenes crew is back here. We look forward to seeing you all.” Can’t wait to hear more! I promise I won’t do anything stupid.”

However, Kevin Owens would not actually keep his promise as Kevin Owens jumped off a ladder and landed straight on Shinsuke Nakamura. After that, he reacted joyfully to breaking his promise.

“Oops!”

Kevin Owens will take part in a Money in the Bank ladder match at this Sunday’s WWE Money in the Bank pay-per-view. We’ll have to wait and see if Kevin Owens walks out as Mr. Money in the Bank for the first time in his career.

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