Otis Would Welcome Heavy Machinery’s Return To NXT And Chance To Face The Broserweights
WWE superstar Otis has revealed that he would be thrilled to see Heavy Machinery return to NXT and would love to face The Broserweights.
Heavy Machinery, which consists of Otis and Tucker, emerged through WWE's developmental in 2016 and became a popular faction on the black and yellow brand.
Speaking to SPORTbible in an exclusive interview, Otis said that there are no plans to see Heavy Machinery split any time soon.
However, the 28-year-old WWE superstar hasn't ruled out a return to NXT and feels it would be pure "entertainment" to face NXT tag team champs Matt Riddle and Pete Dunne.
"With Heavy Machinery, we are a long, long brotherhood that was born in NXT," he said.
"Our anniversary's July 22nd, so I wanna say four years as a tag team together this summer in July. There's no word on that [whether we'll split] because we're just doing what we love to do.
"And 'Tucky' is my big brother because Otis, as a character, is always going to need someone to guide him because he's an emotional maniac.
"You always have that big brother out there looking for him. And with this going with Mandy [Rose] and all, it's gonna be 'Golden Machinery' -- I don't know what the name is gonna be with.
"And going back to NXT? I don't see why not. In my eyes, to get the opportunity in the ring I love it. If we were back in NXT [with the likes of] Matt Riddle with Pete [Dunne], let's get it on, man.
"Let's get it on. That cries entertainment for me, man, so I'd be more than happy to go NXT, Raw, SmackDown, 205 [Live]. Why can't I go to 205? What's wrong with that? Is there a weight limit at 205 pounds? 205 pounds. Come on, guys. We need 305 Live here."
Otis, real name Nikola Bogojevic, told SPORTbible that he would expect Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville to put on a match that rivals top women's clashes in WWE.
And the Heavy Machinery member also suggested his kiss with Rose at WrestleMania 36 last month would "have been so loud in that arena in Tampa."
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