Elias also had some great news as he topped the iTunes charts and spoke about his relationship with guitar makers Fender
It was a mixed WWE Raw for Elias as he couldn’t make his way into the Raw Survivor Series team but his other ventures worked out well.
All throughout the show, his album, The Universal Truth, was rising up the iTunes charts and it ended up being No.1 come the end of the evening.
Elias was featured on Raw Talk as he spoke about all the hard work and effort it took for him to make the album.
Reaching the No.1 spot was something to celebrate but he also brought out who sponsors his guitars. Elias and Jeff Hardy smashed guitars on each other on this week’s show and it was revealed that Fender sponsors Elias’ musical instruments.
Elias had confirmed the tie-up with Fender a couple of years back, but he had never released any music by then.
However, it seems that the relationship has paid off in the long run and Elias is a bona fide music star now.
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Elias’ musical talents have always been there for everyone to see in WWE. His songs have been catching and great, but it was surprising to see him launch a full album.
— WWE (@WWE) October 27, 2020
That still worked out great for the WWE star and he seems set to continue his latest rivalry. Elias and Hardy both cost each other a place in the Survivor Series team, and they certainly won’t be done with each other.
The guitar smashing bits were a couple of fun spots this week, and the pair should continue doing that for a while.
Hopefully, they don’t smash real Fender guitars as that would be a bit of a problem for the company. Fender is one of the biggest guitar companies in the world and Elias walking with them is certainly leading to a lot of great moments.
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