Daniel Garcia has been with AEW since 2021 when he signed a full-time deal. Garcia faced off against MJF for the AEW World Championship on the November 8 episode of AEW Dynamite, marking the biggest match in his young career.
During an interview on The Walkway to Fight Club with Steven Muehlhausen of DAZN, Garcia was asked about the significance of winning the world title.
“I mean, the champion is the person who gets to put the company on their back. They’re the one who’s on every poster, every pay-per-view, every TV show, they make the most money. It would mean a lot for me. This is a contract year for me. So I’m doing everything I can to solidify my next deal, where I end up. So I feel like winning the title, it would be the biggest deal in the world for the place that I’m at right now. It would be amazing,” Garcia said.
Garcia added that he wants to carry AEW on his back into the future.
“I haven’t been on a strictly only AEW pay-per-view since Double or Nothing 2022. That’s the only strictly AEW pay-per-view I’ve been on. That’s the only one I’ve ever wrestled on. I’ve been on Forbidden Door, I’ve been on some of the Ring of Honor [events], but that’s the only AEW pay-per-view I’ve ever wrestled on. Like I said, opportunities are hard to come by. I get frustrated and I get mad in a good, motivated way, where I see these pay-per-views pass by. I’m just sitting there, not on them. When I see the intros to the TV show and I’m not on them, when I see the faces on the truck and I’m not on them. So I feel like winning the title, it’s gonna force the hand. They’re gonna have no choice but to put me on every pay-per-view and on the trucks and on every merch, and on everything. I want Daniel Garcia’s beautiful, gorgeous, Hispanic face to be on every AEW-related thing possible. I want to be on Dynamite, Rampage, Collision, Ring of Honor every single week. That’s my aspirations. I’m not somebody that wants to win the title just to say, ‘Look, I have this metal object that I can flaunt around and bring through TSA. I want to be the person to carry AEW into the future, and I want to be the person to put it on my back and lead AEW in the right direction,” Garcia said.
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Daniel Garcia, a rising star in the world of professional wrestling, has been making waves in All Elite Wrestling (AEW) since signing a full-time deal in 2021. Recently, Garcia had the opportunity to face off against MJF for the AEW World Championship on the November 8 episode of AEW Dynamite, which marked the biggest match in his young career.
In a recent interview on The Walkway to Fight Club with Steven Muehlhausen of DAZN, Garcia was asked about the significance of winning the world title. He expressed that winning the championship would mean a lot to him, as it would solidify his position in the company and help him negotiate a new contract. Garcia understands that the champion is the face of the company, appearing on every poster, pay-per-view, and TV show. Winning the title would not only bring him personal satisfaction but also elevate his status within AEW.
Garcia also shared his aspirations of carrying AEW on his back into the future. He expressed his frustration at not being featured on strictly AEW pay-per-views and not seeing his face on promotional materials. Winning the title would force the company’s hand and ensure that he is included in every pay-per-view, merchandise, and promotional opportunity. Garcia wants to be a prominent figure in AEW, appearing on shows like Dynamite, Rampage, Collision, and Ring of Honor every single week. His goal is not just to flaunt the championship but to lead AEW in the right direction and be the face of the company.
As fans eagerly await the outcome of Garcia’s match against MJF, it is clear that he has big dreams and ambitions for his career in AEW. With his talent and determination, it will be exciting to see how far he can go and how he can contribute to the success of the company.
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