Listen: Wrestling, Alabama, SAM discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast
"But in the meantime, I'll just call him a great guest you're going to enjoy this, ladies and gentlemen, joining us on not Sam wrestling this week, the one in the only Booker T, let's hit it then not Sam wrestling interview while back on the podcast, and I can think of no appropriate or more appropriate time than right now to have him back on, ladies and gentlemen, all hail. He is the five time champion of WCW champion of the world. He is the hall of Famer end he's getting ready to get back into a wrestling ring after four years being away. Ladies and gentlemen, Booker T. What's going on, man? What's the halves? Feeling good right now feeling good right now. Getting ready to go into this weekend. Big weekend for reality of more than anything. You know? I'm all of my guys all of my Krugman this'll excited, but it's it's us. It's us last stand. And I and I truly believe that last they're using this is your last. This is the last time you're going to be in your fighting a Andrews from reality of wrestling. And you're obviously, I mean reality of wrestling is your baby, I guess if you're ever if you're going to have a last match anywhere. It should be at the place that you built in created in that you're kind of trying to use to to create the next generation of talent right up. Definitely. I mean, we we like to triple a professional wrestling. We're gonna be the biggest out there. That's doing it from this perspective trying to get young guys at the next level. Rex Andrews is one of those young guys who've been with me since he was seventeen years old. Move from dothan, Alabama, just totally pick of everything and mood. Houston, Texas, learning art of professional wrestling in he's a grown, man. Now, you know, he's made an OT giving me an ultimatum. He's I wrestle. And you go reality wrestling, you know, and I I can't just let and leave without go ahead and give them a little taste of what he wants. But I don't think he's gonna like you take seven. So did he and seventeen. Did he specifically up route? Because he was like I wanna get I wanna go get trained by Booker t this is this is the person that I want to learn under. Yeah. Man. I mean this kid he moved from dothan Alabama and came to Houston, fences, education and can't reality. Wrestling is a grown, man. I mean. Yeah, the business has Jim basis that he that he's doing this doing pretty well, he trains kids to mixed martial arts as well as professional wrestling. And he's he's a kid that I see, you know, high hopes for he's a kid. That I have big big dreams for of making it to the next level. But you always just wanted to be the best reality wrestling in definitely give him props for that. That's going to be crazy pressure. Like, I'd be so worried that I would develop a reputation for myself the way you have and you'd have people moving from other parts of the country. Just today he get trained by you because I'd be I'd be worried that somebody shows up and they're like Booker. I moved all the way from Alabama or wherever else because this is the place that I wanna be and this is the business that I want to be in. And then you're the guy who if they get in the ring, and you can tell right away.."