Aside from his trusty six-string, Elias doesn’t seem like the type of guy that cares about earthly possessions, or even about having a place to call home.
At first glance, the dedicated musician appears cool, calm and collected, but Elias’ adversaries are well aware that it doesn’t take much to ignite the fire that’s burning just below the surface. Never one concerned with taking the high road or playing by the rules, the sinister songsmith has no qualms about targeting his opponents with a mighty swing of his six-string, especially if they have the nerve to interrupt one of his pre-match concerts.
Following his arrival on Raw, the dangerous Elias clashed with the likes of Braun Strowman and Seth Rollins, and even boasted monumental victories over the likes of Finn Bálor and John Cena.
Long the object of disdain and mockery from the WWE Universe, Elias was suddenly showered in cheers thanks to a cathartic swing of his guitar. When Acting Raw GM Baron Corbin dared to order Elias off the stage during an impromptu post-victory concert, The Living Truth momentarily acquiesced, emerged moments later and walloped The Lone Wolf in the back with his trusty six-string. The attack drew raucous applause from the WWE Universe, who suddenly wanted nothing more than to Walk With Elias.
Though he was briefly a man of the people, Elias soon lashed out at the WWE Universe for not showing him the type of adulation he felt he deserved, and his animosity toward the fans only intensified when he moved to Team Blue via the 2019 Superstar Shake-up.
Already brandishing several significant wins, a debut album entitled "Walk With Elias," and an extensive catalog of stirring melodies to his name, what will Elias do for an encore?