NXT’s Mustache Mountain, Tyler Bate and Trent Seven have been tearing it up in NXT and both sat down recently for an interview with The Mirror. Bate wasn’t holding back, claiming that he believes that he is the WWE’s strongest man.
“I like to think I’m the strongest man in WWE. It’s why I call myself the Big Strong Boi” Bate proclaimed.
Bate also chimed in on the NXT UK Women’s Championship and how it creates an amazing opportunity for the women’s division.
“It’s a great opportunity for all of the women in the company to show the world what they’re made of and show everybody how good they are. I’m looking forward to everybody else getting to watch them perform and I’m sure they will do a great job.”
After their performance at NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn 4 when the lost to The Undisputed Era in a NXT Tag Team Championship bout, Pat McAfee compared the duo to the British Bulldogs tag team composed of Davey Boy Smith and the Dynamite Kid.
“Yeah, well he was very complimentary” Seven said. “It does make you think about just what kind of impact we can have as regards being UK and British wrestlers, having the chance to travel abroad and overseas, being able to wrestle on that stage, it’s a burden I’m more than happy to have.”
“Yeah it’s a lot of pressure to be compared to teams like the Bulldogs and I think Mustache Mountain can really live up to that pressure” Bate said.
“I agree” Seven added.”I think it’s that kind of pressure that really pushes people on to the next level. Our goal is to continue climbing the ladder of WWE and eventually get on the main roster but for now, let’s just keep building the brand of NXT UK.”
AEW’s Nyla Rose Talks About Being Promotion’s 1st Transgender Wrestler
All Elite Wrestling has already impressed with their ‘Double or Nothing’ event last month in Las Vegas, and their roster of professional wrestlers continue to make headlines with their matches, and the work they do on social media as well.
One AEW wrestler who is receiving the spotlight is Nyla Rose, the promotion’s first transgender wrestler, who is discussing her journey to AEW and her future.
“As much negativity that I do see, I do see much more love and acceptance,” Rose said, during an interview with Sports Illustrated. “It’s just that sadly negative things seem to get highlighted more than positive things.”
She continued, “”If I can bear the weight, if I can hold up all the hatred and everything and carry that on my back, I know that I’m strong enough to do it, If the people out there need to beat me up and I need to absorb that so that the next generation, the youth, can have an easier time, I gladly welcome that.”
“I’m really hoping to set the tone and set the pace and create that environment that’s going to fuel the next generation” Rose commented “Not just trans people, but inspire anybody to say, ‘Hey, these women lit that on fire. I want to be that. I want to do that.’”
“AEW has felt that I am worthy of a chance. All I can ask is that some of the people out there, the fans who might be a little bit tight-minded, just give me a chance to show you what I can do in the ring. That’s all.”
NXT’s Adam Cole Discusses Creative Freedom
NXT Champion Adam Cole is at the height of his success with the promotion, recently defeating Johnny Gargano in another instant classic to capture his first NXT Championship, and he is talking about how things go down in NXT.
Unlike much of the main roster, where promos are often scripted and comedy-acts are more common, Cole says that superstars in NXT get a bit more creative freedom, as he had with Gargano for their match.
“One of the coolest things about NXT is we have a ton of creative liberties to come up with the story and the vision we have for the match” Cole said, during an interview with TalkSport. “Of course, there’s input and advice given and there’s suggestions or, you know ‘we need something this way’ (but) we do have a lot of freedom, which is great.”
Cole added that he and Gargano came up with the format for their two out of three falls classic at NXT Takeover: New York.
Scarlett Bordeaux Granted Release From Impact Wrestling
Scarlett Bordeaux has been granted her release from Impact Wrestling.
Impact Wrestling confirmed that they have parted ways with the 28-year old Bordeaux.
“IMPACT Wrestling confirms that it has released Scarlett Bordeaux from her commitments to IMPACT” Impact Wrestling said in an official statement. “We wish her every success in her future endeavors.”
I couldn’t be more excited to just be a free agent for a while. With that being said, promoters I’m looking to fill July 6th and July 19th! [email protected]#Independent #Smokeshow #StillMakingWrestlingSexyAgain https://t.co/owUZskKWro
— Scarlett Bordeaux (@Lady_Scarlett13) June 18, 2019
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