Fueled by a mouth that never stops running and arrogance as scorching as the shock of red hair on his head, Heath Slater certainly lives up to his self-imposed moniker, “The One-Man Band.”
Hailing from West Virginia, Slater first exploded onto the WWE scene as a rookie on WWE NXT’s inaugural season. Right out of the gate, Slater made an impact becoming the first-ever NXT Rookie to defeat a WWE Pro in a singles match.
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Before I get into motivational speaker mode, I’d just like to thank everyone so so much for your participation in #SlaterAppreciationDay. Heath fans around the world all joined together and made such an amazingly huge impact. I actually got a bit teary-eyed reading everyone’s tweets throughout the day. I know that Heath appreciated it even more than I did. So thank you again for everything you’ve done so far.
On to our next project! Monday, October 5th will be #GiveSlaterAChance day!
Another hashtag day, you say? Yep! Change won’t happen overnight, and although we did amazing things this Monday, we’re going to have to keep at it. It’s definitely a lot of work (I’m still recovering!), but we have to keep the movement going. I know that I’m generally an eternal optimist anyway, but I feel like we can make a difference. I have to believe we can. And hey, I’m not hating on WWE, I know they do what they think is best, but I’m hoping if they see enough of us asking for change, they’ll at least give it a shot. That’s all we want. Give Slater A Chance. He can do it.
“Heath Slater Appreciation Day” on social media has really ramped up in the past few hours as Slater has been trending worldwide on Twitter all day. The official Slater fansite is buying Slater action figures for any fan who gets a “Heath Slater Appreciation Day” sign on tonight’s RAW.
(fyi we’re not like 100% super official technically though Heath does know about & support the site. Just putting that out there.)
But yes, I WILL in fact buy a Slater figure for the first three fans to get a #SlaterAppreciationDay sign onto Raw and contact me with proof it was them (send me a pic of you with the sign, and a screencap if you can get one, to firstname.lastname@example.org or @HeathSlaterNet)
I will be back later on with hopefully many more updates. Thank you to everyone who has been participating in this. Keep tweeting throughout Raw!
Please help spread the word about #SlaterAppreciationDay!
I know I have tons of fellow Heath fans out there who are as frustrated as I am about the lack of love and respect he gets. So let’s try to take over social media as best as we can and spread the word that we want more Heath.
Share gifs, graphics, photos, art, stories, favorite matches or moments, reasons why Heath is awesome, and whatever else on Twitter (feel free to tag @WWE and/or add the advertised Raw hashtags if you can fit them in the tweet), on WWE’s Facebook, or Tumblr and wherever else you visit by using the hashtag #SlaterAppreciationDay.
(feel free to steal the image here and spread it around everywhere to help promote the day!)
What was it like winning the Tag Team titles with Heath Slater?
They were great times, it was pretty cool. Heath is a very good friend of mine and for the first three or four years we actually traveled together, so I would be spending five out of seven days a week with this guy. He is still one of my best buddies and is just a great guy who is super talented, I don’t think many fans realize how talented he actually is.
It’s kind different when your actually in the business, you grow up idolizing some people but then when you start working with them they’re really not that good. Heath is the opposite, everyone thinks he’s cool, funny and entertaining but in the ring he is so freaking good.
Winning the tag team titles with Heath on three occasions was really fun and I hope we can have another run one day.
Definitely check out the rest of the interview for more great information including his thoughts on Nexus. You can read the full interview here.