aAngel Garza Jr. He is one of the greatest advocates of Mexican wrestling in the United States. With immense talent both in the ring and on the microphone, he conquered the hearts of WWE fans. This afternoon, Marca team had the opportunity to interview all Spain fans:
This week we saw a deal with Bad Bunny. Do you prefer the fame it gives you by ditching the 24/7 championship or the standing it gives you by getting the WWE Championship from The Miz?
One thing I learned from The Miz and Morrison is that it is all about strategy. Plan your strategy and see how this victory comes about is absolutely delicious. He might win the championship 24/7, he might not, and he might help someone win it and get Bad Bunny off the table. There are many paths to take, and the best thing you can do is to have a strategy that you can implement.
You are achieving a lot of success on social media. What is the secret of this success?
I think there is no formula for success. I am authentic, I pray … to be myself. This is what makes this connection with the audience. Social networks are made for this, even though many people use them poorly to generate hate or criticism. As a public figure, I think social networks were created to connect with fans. They make fans feel like they are a part of your life and they make you feel like you are a part of their life. When you become a public figure, you must make a connection between social media and television. This is the basis of success.
As a cruiserweight champ, what do you think of the reign of Santos Escobar and everything he does with the Legacy of the Ghost?
very good. I think he’s a worthy actor. Everyone has their own formula for success, and they do it in their own way and I love it; To be a worthy actor for a cruiser tour.
Bearing in mind that last year at WrestleMania 36 you fought for the Couples Championship, do you think there will be time between now until April to fight a competition good enough to let you get into a fight at WrestleMania 37?
Sure, let’s hope. Day in and day out, Monday through Monday, they are working towards it. Since the end of WrestleMania 36 we have been looking for that place that gives us the opportunity to enter the next WrestleMania, in this case WrestleMania 37, and we are fighting every Monday to get that place, to have that opportunity and in good health, if they are not a pair of tournaments I think there are other opportunities; There are two nights where you can get a chance, a match and hopefully … every Monday every week you work hard to get a place as valuable as a match at WrestleMania.
As per Triple H’s words, WWE was working for NXT in Latin America but given the global health situation, it was not the time to do so. When the time is right, what do you think he will look like and what superstars would you like to see in NXT Latin America?
I’ve already heard a lot about NXT Latin America. If it was Mexico, if it was South America … I don’t know exactly where it could be done but it has actually been done in some countries and it’s a success because you see it with NXT UK. I think Latin America is where they will find the best talent and the best fighters and without a doubt, if they do, the competitive level of all talent will rise in an incredible way and come close to saying one or two fighters. I guess I would be blind because there are countless amazing fighters from South America and Central America … believe me that I suddenly start watching videos of the battles going on and keep the square eye of this generation that has been pushing, those who are already united … I think it is An amazing job is done on the day NXT or WWE arrives in Latin America, it will be like throwing bones to the dogs and everyone will start wanting to growl and that competitive level will live up to great.
Nobody is better than Monterrey (Mexico) talent for giving voice to this development in professional wrestling in Latin America; Now it remains only to endorse the good role he has been playing in the company since his return after a few months of inactivity, especially since he has to face a huge music star like rapper Bad Bunny.
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