The Los Angeles Times posted a interview with David Otunga about this Sunday’s WrestleMania 28 pay-per-view. Here are some highlights.
If there is more pressure competing at WrestleMania: “Yes. Absolutely. WrestleMania truly is our Super Bowl. It’s the time that you dream about. I have been imaging my WrestleMania moment forever and I have built it up so much in my head that I want it to be perfect. You are going to have so many eyes watching you – it’s the best of the best. The pressure is on to have a really good showing.”
His favorite WrestleMania moment: “Without a doubt, when Hogan slammed Andre the Giant at WrestleMania III. That was huge for me. I remember being a kid watching a VS tape and watching it over and over again. It was just so cool to see your hero do something that was seemingly impossible. It was an awesome feat of strength.”
Who he would face if he could transport any wrestler from history in the prime of their career: “I am going to say Andre the Giant. He was the original giant. He was unbelievable. I think that would be an awesome dream match.”