Wardlow On MJF’s Iron Guy Match Efficiency, Resemblances To Jade Cargill, & More

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Previous TNT Champion Wardlow just recently spoke to Bill Apter for Sportskeeda’s “WrestleBinge” podcast and offered his ideas on a couple of members of the AEW lineup, consisting of MJF.

You can have a look at some highlights from the podcast listed below:

On how he started in wrestling:” I was in fact at a Monday Night Raw in Cleveland, and someone handed me a leaflet for a live professional wrestling program. And a wrestling school was promoted on the back. I called them the next day and began with them, it was called The Dungeon, in Cleveland. And after that soon after that, Matt Justice took me under his wing and presented me to IWC in Pittsburgh.”

On MJF’s Iron Man match with Bryan Danielson:” t was great. It shocked me, I believe it amazed a great deal of individuals … yeah, he was much better than I believed. I suggest, the kid’s excellent, there’s no rejecting that. He’s much better than everyone other than me.”

On Jade Cargill’s weak points and strengths:” Jade is truthfully, out of the entire lineup, the most likely the majority of equivalent to me. That is a bad female right there. Jade is an outright monster, I have absolutely nothing however regard for her and she’s going to shine intense.”

On Saraya: “I’m a huge fan. Really pleased to have her on the lineup. She brings an existence to the business, clearly extremely well understood. She’s an extremely cool lady. I’m simply– I’m a huge fan, and I believe she’ll assist us do huge things.”

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