Former WWE Superstar Evan Bourne recently spoke with Scott Fishman of The Miami Herald. The full interview is available at this link. Below are some highlights:

Working a NXT event in Miami in 2013, which helped him get cleared to return after breaking his foot in four places in a 2012 car wreck:

"They wanted to make sure I was completely healthy, which basically required a dry run. I was able to wrestle a fun match and got good reviews on it and got cleared to wrestle. From that point on I was focused on my rehab. I still didn't feel as comfortable as I should on my foot. I felt like I was a step behind. I did in-ring work after that. I worked out at the NXT school in Orlando. That basically led me to the next year."

Having no hard feelings over his WWE release:

"WWE was pretty wonderful to me because I was able to rehab my foot 100 percent before I was released. So they released the healthiest, the best, physically and mentally fit Matt into the world of wrestling. They were able to make it so during the time I couldn't have worked at all they would take care of me. They were providing a great support system. Then after I got fired I was healthy and ready to rock. Honestly, I missed wrestling. So if they weren't going to use me or have anything for me, it was the nice thing to let me go. Sure, I would have loved to stay, but change is always a good thing."

Bourne also said he's open to a WWE return in the future and talked about currently working for Ring of Honor. The full interview is available at this link.

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