Nic Nemeth and Matt Cardona to Face Off at GCW The Coldest Winter 2: A Response from Nemeth

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Nic Nemeth took to Twitter to issue his response to Matt Cardona’s challenge at GCW No Compadre.

As we previously reported here on eWn, Cardona called out the former Dolph Ziggler via a video package, challenging him to a match in GCW.

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In his response to Cardona, Nemeth said, “You know, this really makes me wonder if The Indy God has any idea what kind of records one must break in college, just to be accepted at a top wrestling school or the vaguest clue of what it’s like to lead a wrestling team as a captain. I have an MD from Louisville. I am more certified in cardiovascular medicine and traumatic injury, and I have been awarded salutations from several online message boards in New York, and I am never, ever sick at sea. So I ask you this. When someone buys a ticket to a wrestling show and they make their way to their seats, and they drop down on their knees and pray to god that their favorite doesn’t get hurt, or that the star doesn’t bleed out in front of them, or that the best match on the card doesn’t suffer trauma from post-operative shock or even worse, get less than five-stars, who do you think they’re praying to?”

He continued, “Now you go ahead and you read your dirtsheets, Matthew, and you have your live podcast shows, and you call yourself anything you want. With any luck, you’ll be PWI Wrestler of the Year. But if you are looking for the best, he’s been operating with unparalleled precision since 2004 and does not like to be second-guessed. You. Call yourself The Indy God? Let me tell you something, brother. You are. But you will never be me. Later, mark.”

Soon after Nemeth’s Twitter video, GCW announced that Nemeth and Cardona would lock horns at ‘The Coldest Winter 2’ event on February 3.

Additionally, Nemeth debuted for TNA at Hard To Kill 2024 where he was revealed as the company’s big new signing.

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Nic Nemeth, also known as Dolph Ziggler, recently responded to Matt Cardona’s challenge at GCW No Compadre through a video on Twitter. Cardona had called out Nemeth in a video package, challenging him to a match in GCW. In his response, Nemeth showcased his accomplishments and expertise in the wrestling industry.

Nemeth began by questioning Cardona’s knowledge of the wrestling world, stating, “You know, this really makes me wonder if The Indy God has any idea what kind of records one must break in college, just to be accepted at a top wrestling school or the vaguest clue of what it’s like to lead a wrestling team as a captain.” He emphasized his own achievements, mentioning his MD from Louisville and his certifications in cardiovascular medicine and traumatic injury. Nemeth also highlighted the recognition he has received from online message boards in New York.

Continuing his response, Nemeth challenged Cardona’s self-proclaimed title of “The Indy God.” He said, “Now you go ahead and you read your dirtsheets, Matthew, and you have your live podcast shows, and you call yourself anything you want. With any luck, you’ll be PWI Wrestler of the Year. But if you are looking for the best, he’s been operating with unparalleled precision since 2004 and does not like to be second-guessed. You. Call yourself The Indy God? Let me tell you something, brother. You are. But you will never be me. Later, mark.”

Following Nemeth’s Twitter video, GCW announced that Nemeth and Cardona would face off at ‘The Coldest Winter 2’ event on February 3. This match has generated excitement among wrestling fans who are eager to see these two talented wrestlers go head-to-head.

In addition to his upcoming match with Cardona, Nemeth made his debut for TNA at Hard To Kill 2024, where he was revealed as the company’s big new signing. This move has further solidified Nemeth’s presence in the wrestling industry and has fans eagerly anticipating his future performances.

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