Ryan Nemeth and his brother Nic (Dolph Ziggler in WWE) made an appearance at the NJPW Wrestle Kingdom 18 event last month, and Ryan recently appeared on the “Sarah O’Connell Show” to discuss being with his brother at the event, whether he’d like to work in New Japan Pro Wrestling at some point, and more.
You can check out some highlights from the interview below:
On making an appearance at Wrestle Kingdom 18: “I loved the show. I had never been to an environment like that before, ever. I’ve been to very large events and large wrestling shows and large football, [and] basketball things…nothing like that ever. That is a very unique fandom and culture there in Japan, with pro wrestling. I recommend everybody at some point, somehow try to get involved and watch one of those incredible athletes there. We saw some amazing matches, tag team title matches, we saw some singles matches, we saw just a wild match with Ospreay, Moxley, and Finlay. And unfortunately, there’s a little riff-raff after that match.”
On what’s next with that: “It was an honor to be part of that event. I look forward to seeing what happens in the future with Nic Nemeth and New Japan Pro Wrestling. And if I can ever be of assistance, then I would love to be. And if not, that’s fine.”
Ryan Nemeth, the brother of WWE superstar Dolph Ziggler, recently made an appearance at the NJPW Wrestle Kingdom 18 event. In a recent interview on the “Sarah O’Connell Show,” Ryan discussed his experience at the event and expressed his interest in potentially working in New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW) in the future.
Attending Wrestle Kingdom 18 was a unique experience for Ryan Nemeth. He mentioned that he had never been to an environment quite like it before. Having been to large wrestling shows and sporting events in the past, he noted that the fandom and culture surrounding pro wrestling in Japan are truly one-of-a-kind. Ryan highly recommended that everyone try to get involved and watch one of these incredible events at some point.
During Wrestle Kingdom 18, Ryan and his brother Nic had the opportunity to witness some amazing matches. They saw tag team title matches, singles matches, and a wild match featuring Ospreay, Moxley, and Finlay. However, there was a bit of controversy after the match, which Ryan referred to as “riff-raff.”
Looking ahead, Ryan expressed his excitement about what the future holds for his brother Nic and NJPW. He mentioned that it was an honor to be part of such a prestigious event and that he is eager to see what unfolds in the coming months. Ryan also expressed his willingness to be of assistance if needed, indicating his interest in potentially working with NJPW in some capacity. However, he also acknowledged that if it doesn’t happen, he is content with that outcome.
In the interview, Ryan Nemeth’s passion for wrestling and his admiration for NJPW were evident. He encouraged others to explore the world of Japanese pro wrestling and witness the incredible athleticism displayed by the wrestlers. The interview concluded with a link to watch the full conversation on YouTube.
Overall, Ryan Nemeth’s appearance at NJPW Wrestle Kingdom 18 and his interest in potentially working with NJPW in the future demonstrate his dedication to the wrestling industry and his desire to explore new opportunities. As fans eagerly await what lies ahead for Ryan and his brother Nic, it is clear that their presence in the wrestling world will continue to make an impact.