Listen: WWE, Japan discussed on E&C's Pod of Awesomeness
"I know a lot of us feel that way too. So, yeah. Yeah, I'd certainly brace it now. We'll do something to be said to that by the second time. Now there's a confidence with come that comes with that because you're being given the ball again. So that means that first time was a success like, okay, right? They they saw what I did with it when I was still trying to figure out what it is to be this guy, we're going to give it to you again. Now there's there's confidence that does come with that, like, okay, they're trusting me with this again. I must have done something right, but how can I back to the exploration of this thing? How can I explore and take it even further? And you can do that with confidence, confidence. So huge within, you know what we did and do, and you know, and back to your promos, you can hear and feel the confidence that you exude through that and and an audience latches onto that. An audience will pick up and all those subtle nuances without knowing it without knowing why they can just feel it. It's we've talked about it in terms of like, watching what actor moves you or and why? And yet, why does that guy? Why do I wanna see that guy's movies or that that woman's movies? What is the reason there is a reason and there's a lot of subtleties going on that that make the entire thing. You know, that person that you wanna watch. So all of that being said, now you're three time ring of honor champion. You're starting to feel the groove. Now. When when is it that you. Decide or do you decide or is it decided for you almost that you want to try and make this this move. To WWE. Yes. So obviously, going breaking into wrestling my, my goal always was I wanna someday work for for WWE. I grew up a giant fan and obviously when I broke into wrestling, I fell in love with pro wrestling as a whole, and the idea of being a wrestler and wrestling all these promotions that I that I grew up watching was so exciting. I, I loved my time on the independence. I loved my time overseas in Japan, but but still the end game for sure was was ending up at WWE. I felt like at the time it was it was a good time for me to go. 'cause 'cause I was fairly fairly popular and kinda hitting his stride in ring of honor, even a little bit new Japan. So I thought, okay, this is this is a really good chance. I had known that there was some interest there. So finally, when my contract expired, I talked to them and we came to an agreement where, okay, I was going to going to start at annex t and I was thrilled. Mainly because I remember people that ask before, you know, as far as would you wanna go to annex t or would you wanna go right to roller smackdown? And I've always said that I always wanted to go to annex t I just because I, I'm such a fan of this brand. I love the audience. I love the connection. The audience has with the guys. I love the stories that are told and I felt like my connection with the WB audience. For the first time we'll be probably best utilized as far as an XT ghost and and I know obviously they felt the same way. So getting the chance to finally work here has been cool. I've been wrestling for about ten and a half years. So to get the chance to finally start this journey is is pretty awesome.."