We sat down with Warrior Wrestling champion KC Navarro on AEW All In Weekend to discuss his debut for PROGRESS Wrestling on our joint show day with DEFY Wrestling and what he sees for himself in the future.
KC Navarro, great to meet you. How are you finding it in England and PROGRESS Wrestling?
It is amazing, and something I’ve been waiting for a very long time to happen. At the start of the year I said im going to be a travelling world champion and here I am. Australia, Canada and now here in England for PROGRESS Wrestling and DEFY. I couldn’t feel more blessed.
You have two very different matches at AEW All In weekend. Tell us the nuances that you find yourself in for the two matches across the cards…
First I have Nick Wayne. And I have nothing but respect for him. I plan on being fair, on being even and even though I know he’s really good and on AEW now, so I plan on making a statement for DEFY Wrestling fans in that one. As far as being a part of Team Tate Mayfairs goes… now see, Simon Miller – the disrespect he is showing Tate? I am not cool with. I understand what Mayfairs is going through there. People doubt me. People underestimate me. So for PROGRESS Wrestling, I plan on making a statement in a different way as me and Tate show the world that we are the best in the world and no one can ever, ever, ever doubt our talents again.
Lastly, you are the Warrior Wrestling champion. What do you see in the future for yourself and that promotion?
Big things, man. Since I became Warrior Champion by beating England’s favourite son Will Ospreay… let me get that in there. I. Beat. Will. Ospreay. I changed the colour of the strap, I’ve made it a World Title by taking it everywhere from Australia to the UK. I’m doing really big things, so hopefully soon PROGRESS Wrestling and Warrior Wrestling can do something really cool together.
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