Jerry Lynn was interviewed at WrestleCade about his appearance at ALL IN, (Cody and the Young Bucks self-financed event back in September), and how it came about. The former ECW heavyweight champion explains that he was the one who reached out to Cody and the Jacksons because he admired the effort they were all putting in towards producing their own content.
Well I actually called The Bucks and Cody at All In and asked them if I could be a part of it. I admired what they were doing and I was honored and glad that they let me be on board with it.
Lynn was also questioned about being involved in the new rumored promotion “All Elite Wrestling.”
I don’t know. I have no idea. It’s not like I can pop up and be like, ‘Hey! I’m here. Give me a job.’ They’ve got to want you.
Finally, Lynn concluded by talking about his success as a producer for Ring of Honor (since 2016), and how he enjoys teaching the younger talent from outside of the ring.
I think my days in the ring are numbered, even with the refereeing. I like teaching the younger guys the little inside secrets to take them from looking indie-rific to professional. Stuff like that.
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