Kevin Owens, the former WWE champion and current World Heavyweight Champion, has been a long-time fan favorite in the WWE, with many fans referring to him as the “king of the ring.”
He also has a long history of wrestling fans, with several wrestling videos he’s produced being viewed by over 10 million people on YouTube.
However, he recently came under fire from fans who claimed he was being manipulated by the WWE and its star, Bray Wyatt.
The comments from the fans, who were critical of the former champion, came after he was reportedly given a contract extension by the company, which gave him a guaranteed contract for the foreseeable future.
But fans have taken to social media to express their displeasure with the contract extension, accusing Owens of being a “fraud” and calling him a “champion.”
On his YouTube channel, Kevin Owens recently uploaded a video where he discusses his time in WWE, discussing how the company treated him and his career in general.
In the video, Owens states that he had a great time, and he hopes to return to the WWE someday, but he doesn’t want to go to work until he’s proven he can compete in the ring and be a champion.
In addition to the video’s comments, he also wrote a series of tweets where he discussed what happened when the contract was extended, which he claims were written by someone else.
The video that Kevin Owens uploaded about his time at WWE, titled “How I Got the Contract Extension,” is now viewed more than 8 million times.
The WWE’s official YouTube channel has also been flooded with comments criticizing the former champ.
On the channel, the comment section is dominated by comments from fans criticizing Owens for his contract extension and questioning his character.
A fan wrote: “He’s been a good friend to me, but now he’s trying to control me.
His contract extension is his best shot at getting back in the squared circle, but it’s like a poisoned chalice.”
Another said: “I hate Kevin Owens but he’s a champion and deserves his paycheck.
His work ethic is what got him where he is.”WWE officials have not responded to a request for comment.