Batista Reveals That His “Give Me What I Want” Promo Wasn’t Talked About Prior To Going Out On RAW
Dave Bautista wrestled his last WWE match at WrestleMania 35 against Triple H. The build to their match created one of the most memorable moments in recent WWE history, Batista’s infamous “Give me what I want” promo.
Batista recently spoke to Chris Van Vliet, and discussed his promo on RAW. He revealed that the promo went the way it did was a result of the two not really talking about a plan prior to going out.
“It’s weird because we got somewhere in that thing it was supposed to be that, but we didn’t really figure it out. We didn’t talk about it, it wasn’t written out so there were certain things we were looking for in that promo and there were certain things I hadn’t said so he kept dragging it out and I wasn’t sure what it was so I had to keep escalating. Because once I went there I couldn’t go back so that’s why I kept screaming it louder and louder and I’m waiting for his cue and he’s waiting for my cue and we just weren’t getting there.”
“Then it just dawned on me that I need to say something in that promo. I can’t remember exactly what it was, but year that’s why it got like bigger and bigger — it wasn’t intentional.”
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(Thanks to our friends at Ringsidenews.com for the transcriptions.)