Myron Reed comments on taking inspiration from Tajiri, more – EWrestlingNews.com

MLW Middleweight Champion Myron Reed recently spoke with Andrew Thompson after the MLW Intimation Games event.

During the interview, Reed commented on his third run as MLW Middleweight Champion with inspiration from Tajiri and much more.

You can check out some highlights from the interview below:

His third run as MLW Middleweight Champion: ‚ÄúPeople, I’m glad they have [MLW] Let me raise people every time. I felt like every kingdom [World Middleweight Title reign] There was something new for me to learn, for me to evolve with something new, I see it as a learning experience because when the time comes, the goat tries to spread its wings. “

Inspired by Tajiri: “Man, I’ll tell you something. If you look at my pants, look at the pants I’m wearing, just look at the tajiri pants and just think, there’s a lot of inspiration bro, that match [against Tajiri in MLW] There was something huge. It was much bigger than it probably seemed. It was big for me. This is the guy I saw on TV, I took inspiration from his pants and I like Yor, I can keep my feet in the same ring with this same guy I grew up watching as a kid, it’s surreal. People. “

The Rascals are pitching him to appear on Impact TV for their farewell part: “As you said, it would be great. It would be nice to have that door open and let me in and support my brothers.” [The Rascalz pitching for Myron Reed to be a part of their IMPACT Wrestling farewell]. Those guys, just like I said about Tess Austin; Trey Miguel, Zachary Wentz [Nash Carter]Desmond Xavier [Wes Lee]They’re like big brothers to me when I move to Ohio. I was new, I didn’t know anything, they put the system down so when I got there, I was like, I saw these people and I thought, ‘Yeah, these guys are so good * so I have to literally develop, me I have to be better so these guys made me better. They literally made me better, I think we were the best boy in the house and we had that bond, that connection, all those things so we were, ‘Cool, we’re going to start The Lil Rascalz or The. Rascalz ‘and we did that sh * t at CZW, but in the end, the paths were different and not like that but you know, like I said, they were always in a place where I see them and I like them, It has to be done. ‘ They have always helped me to do better. They’re in the WWE right now, so that’s everyone’s goal I think over time, so you know, they’re forcing me to work harder. I like, if my brothers are doing it and I’m right there with them, it’s time for me to work hard and go there with them again, you know what I mean? What it is but I am a proud man for my brothers. I am proud of my brothers. “

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