What about AEW? What do you think of their products so far? Also, is Tony Kahn connected with you?
I love the idea of AEW. I love the concept of Tony Kahn going out of his way to offer another pro wrestling, I think it’s beautiful. And unfortunately I haven’t been communicating much with them here lately, but I can’t say otherwise. There are always changing ups and downs in business, and if they want me to be part of their product, given the opportunity, I’d be happy to do so. I think it’s amazing. Many of my friends wrestle there and have contracts there. So I like that AEW and in relation to NWA they offer a little bit of everything.
High Flying, Technical, Ground & Pound, Big Game, Heavyweight. AEW, All Elite Wrestling, offers it all. And with pride in Southern Pro-Wrestling, Old school thinking similar to FTRSo that’s something I’m really proud of and I hope they start doing more of the old school mentality, storytelling wrestling values at AEW. Because if it’s done, it will be very appealing to a national audience. If given the chance, so far I haven’t signed a contract with anyone, who would say no? If you want a Southern pro wrestler who’s willing to do the thing, look no further.
You said in a previous interview that you want your business to carve your own stone. What aspects did you inherit from your father that you would like to maintain and maintain your persona and identity in wrestling?
Yeah, you know that’s a great question. The first thing that comes to mind before anything else is the art of selling. Sales is what my father is famous for. [at]Aside from being one of the greatest tag teams of all time, it’s not necessarily my opinion, it’s from others. And I get to talk to my dad about this every week and every day. I don’t think so. I think people just don’t know how to do it right. In short, they were not properly trained and had no one to spend time with me. , brush me up for a wrestling career.