During an interview with WINCLY, Sami Callihan reflected on the last decade for him in the world of professional wrestling as well as what he sees for himself and IMPACT going forward. Here are the highlights:
On The Last Decade:
The last decade was bad ass if I can say so myself. If you look at it, I’m one of the only guys on the planet that’s worked for every major company there is. Pretty much any of the top promotion, I’ve been there and I’ve done them.
On His Relationship With IMPACT:
They like to fine me for pretty much anything I do but at the end of the day, they have to keep me around because I’m one of the most-watched things, if not the most-watched thing, on their entire television show. It’s a new era for Impact going on AXS TV into the new year 2020. It was something that happened and time to get rid of the Impact colors of old, blue and white, and go with red and black. It pretty much shows and gives you the feel of exactly what Impact Wrestling is now.
On IMPACT Going Forward:
I think over the next year things are just gonna get bigger and better. The more people that see that we have the best wrestling program in all of pro wrestling, it’s gonna be the next step of Impact Wrestling becoming truly great again. At the end of the day I have a bag of tricks and a set of skills that will keep me valuable for a long time.
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