Isaiah Broner has fought some notable wrestlers on the indie scene, and in a recent interview with Fightful, he recently recalled wrestling Eddie Kingston & Minoru Suzuki within a month of each other last year.
You can check out some highlights from the interview below:
On his match with Kingston: “It was dope. In and out of the ring, he dropped a lot of knowledge on me. I learned a lot that whole day. Not just in the ring. It was amazing. I watch the match back and hear the advice he gives me, the critiques, and just watch the match back and apply it to that. It was a hell of an experience. I was looking forward to that one, and I’m really hoping, I don’t care where, we get to do it again.”
On facing Suzuki: “That was crazy. I was cool, up until that point, and then I got into the ring and Jake Clemons was the ref. He was like, ‘Just take it in.’ ‘I’m cool, man.’ Then, Suzuki’s music hit, and it was like a whole different experience, I can’t even explain it. I got out of the ring and just took it all in. It did so much for me and made me understand that less is more. I heard that a lot, but that match, it really settled in for me. A lot of things stuck with that match. I don’t feel we did that much, but what we did, everything made sense and everything had a purpose. That was huge and I’m so grateful and thankful for that opportunity.”
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