WWE Superstar: “I Was Raised In Ketu Alapere And Attended Maryland Primary School.”
Tolulope Omogbehin, a professional wrestler who is of Nigerian and American descent, is also known as Omos.
He has acknowledged going to Maryland Primary School while still living in Lagos.
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Omos made this statement while speaking with reporters at a recent WWE press conference in Lagos to announce “The Search for Africa’s Next WWE Superstar.”
I grew up in Ketu, Alapere, which is just down the street, he said, speaking in his native Yoruba. I attended a private school in Maryland. My house is here. I recall leaving for school at 6 a.m., boarding the bus, and returning home.
It’s amazing to me that I’m here at a press conference to announce the search for Africa’s next WWE superstar given that my primary school is nearby.
“It is incredible that WWE is taking me home.”
Omos, who is referred to as the WWE’s Nigerian giant and stands a remarkable 7 feet 3 inches tall, has become known as one of the most intimidating superstars in the business.
He made his television debut in March 2021 at Wrestlemania 37, where he and AJ Styles defeated the New Day (Koffi Kingston and Xavier Woods) to win the WWE Tag Team Championship.