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I'm really gunna have to check these out, Colt's usually gold.


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Just listening to the new one with Evan Bourne. Good pre-Mania listening.

Video of the Davey one went up a few days ago too...


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Went to a party Colt threw yesterday. Got to meet and hang out all night with him, HERO, Generico, Pac, Johnny Gargano, Jimmy Jacobs (who I'll be training with next month,) and MANY other various indie wrestlers. Oh, and Luke Gallows came up to me and asked me where the bathroom is while I was filling my cup up in the keg. It was hilarious because I had to do a double take. Threw me off guard at first.

I kid you not when I say that every single one of these guys were nothing but humble and polite to me. They wished me luck heading into the future, and gave me some great advice. I have to say though, out of every wrestler I've ever met and spoke with, and there have been A LOT, Generico is the nicest most humble and respectful guy. Dude barely speaks english and the conversations I had with him were epic. It's hard to explain, but it's unreal how friendly and just down to earth Generico is. Same goes for all the other guys as well, but Generico is just something else I tell ya. We conversed over many different topics.
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Sounds fantastic sheik...
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The $5 Wrestling party was pretty awesome last night, didn't even see you there Sheik. Getting to chill out with all the guys was pretty cool. I told Gallows since we were on the subject of "$5 Wrestling," that I saw him wrestle in front of 80 people a few years back in DSW haha. The guys were all down to Earth and having fun, and it was a cool way to wind down after the day. Glad I got the chance to go.



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Hero's the fucking man.

Was so glad he was there.
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Went to a party Colt threw yesterday. Got to meet and hang out all night with him, HERO, Generico, Pac, Johnny Gargano, Jimmy Jacobs (who I'll be training with next month,) and MANY other various indie wrestlers. Oh, and Luke Gallows came up to me and asked me where the bathroom is while I was filling my cup up in the keg. It was hilarious because I had to do a double take. Threw me off guard at first.

I kid you not when I say that every single one of these guys were nothing but humble and polite to me. They wished me luck heading into the future, and gave me some great advice. I have to say though, out of every wrestler I've ever met and spoke with, and there have been A LOT, Generico is the nicest most humble and respectful guy. Dude barely speaks english and the conversations I had with him were epic. It's hard to explain, but it's unreal how friendly and just down to earth Generico is. Same goes for all the other guys as well, but Generico is just something else I tell ya. We conversed over many different topics.
Awesome, you met Big LG? You've definitely made it now.

Generico doesn't speak much English because of the whole French thing, not because he's working the Mexican gimmick 24/7...right?

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Not quit sure what his first language is. I've always assumed dude knew fluent english and was just playing a gimmick in ROH, but he's exactly like his character in real life. He'd say a couple words to try and lead you onto what he's trying to say and whatnot. When Pac mentioned that Generico's english has come a long way Generico replied with "uh Rosetta Stone, si si" Guy was a blast to be around.



If you look closely at Pac's forehead, you'll notice it's hugely split open from a head butt he took recently in Japan. Dude is a SOLDIER.



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If you look closely at Pac's forehead, you'll notice it's hugely split open from a head butt he took recently in Japan. Dude is a SOLDIER.
That spot got busted open at the DGUSA show last night. Didn't realize it was a previous cut. He had it re-stitched before the end of the show.

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Re: Colt Cabana's 'Art of Wrestling' Podcast Appreciation Thread

who did Colt interviewed for his next podcast, i guess with all the people in Atlanta he had to interview someone, right?

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