You’re still relatively new to Reality of Wrestling. How would you compare the feeling from training to show day?
“It’s still all surreal to me, and I’ll admit I still have my doubts, I still have days where I ask myself “Am I ready for this? Did I come into this too early?” so many thoughts run through my mind on a daily basis and especially on show day. So, the feeling is still the same, I still get nervous, I still worry about my performance and how I will be perceived. I know I still have a lot of work to do to get to where I want to be, but I’m willing to put in the hard work to get there.”
You’ve barely begun to scratch the surface as a competitor. What do you hope to accomplish within the next year?
“My focus at this point is to become a better performer and to become the best Diamond’s Division Champion. “
Anything you want to tell those who might be interesting in joining Reality of Wrestling?
“Commit. Commit. Commit. If this is what you want to do, then you have to be willing to put in the work, no off days and no slacking when you’re in that ring. There is no other place in the world where you could train that will give you the tools to be successful more than ROW. Come prepared to work and come prepared to learn, always bring a notebook and have your ears open.”