Preparing for TNA’s Slammiversary, Tigre Uno on The Roman Show
06/15/2014 12:00 AM
06/14/2014 8:06 PM
Known for his extreme lucha libre style, Tigre Uno continues to make an impact in TNA Impact wrestling, ever since debuting for the company in March during the TNA Lockdown pay-per-view in Miami.
On Sunday, June 15, the exciting masked wrestler will compete in a six-man ladder match for the X Division title during TNA’s Slammiversary pay-per-view. He will prove himself against Manik, Davey Richards, Eddie Edwards, Crazzy Steve, and TNA X Division champ Sanada.
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In an exclusive interview with The Roman Show, Tigre Uno said he is accustomed to this X Division style, like wrestling Manik in a cage match as part of TNA Lockdown.
“People know of my lucha style, and I’ve included it in my career to have extreme matches,” he said. “I’ve had several experiences in ladder matches. I have an advantage.”
He said he is looking forward to the different styles that will be present Sunday.
“Wrestling is universal,” he said. “We need to have several styles. The experience will show up when you face people of other styles.”
He said of the men he hasn’t faced so far in TNA, he would like to work with two in particular.
“I would like to wrestle Crazzy Steve because his style is crazy,” he said. “One-on-one would be great to see my abilities. I would like to also wrestle Jeff Hardy.”
He also discusses TNA Impact Wrestling visiting Mexico, his experience in the company and more.
Click below to hear the complete interview.
For information and full card, visit www.slammiversary.com.
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