Otunga talks to Always A-List about working on projects outside of wrestling and if he has left WWE entirely.
No, not yet. I’m still with them. I’m focusing on some other stuff, but I’m looking to get back there. I’d like to win a singles title. But you haven’t seen the last of me.
Williams interviews David Otunga and questions him on his wife and the tragic murder of his mother in-law and nephew.
You know that was a hard time and back then I was just starting wrestling and I went to Tampa and we had just gotten engaged. So I asked her to come down there and be with me and you know she did obviously. She came down there and that’s where we were when the tragedy took happened. So it’s a blessing in disguise. If she hadn’t come to see me. That’s were she would have been her mom’s house. That’s where she always was if I wasn’t there. So she credits me for saving her life.
Otunga talks to WWE.com about his fiance, Jennifer Hudson and the mainstream attention their relationship receives.
Yeah, it seems like everything I do gets a lot of media coverage. That was just one little thing I said and it’s kind of crazy how people just jumped on it and ran with it. Actually, someone asked me the question, “Hey, what do you think about getting married in the ring?” And I told them “Yeah, that would be cool. I don’t think Jennifer would go for it, but it’d be cool.” Now it’s just blown up and evolved, and it’s all over the place.