MLW star Kevin Ku recently spoke to Dominic DeAngelo of WrestleZone. Here are some highlights….
On signing with MLW:
“I had some reservations about whether or not I wanted to sign with a company or anything like that because I come from the world of punk and DIY of where I’m like, ‘Oh I should do everything by myself,’ but it’s like, Dom and Tom [Lawlor] had a lot of really good conversations with me that this would be very good fit for me and I’m really glad that I did because, man, just watching MLW and the process of it and then all the talent they have I think it’s one of the best places to be right now.”
On the appeal of MLW:
“Yeah for sure. A lot of people say like ‘the last outlaws of pro wrestling’ and stuff like that, but the way that MLW does it I really think that they are because it’s like more focused on the combat aspect of it obviously so it’s like, that’s the type of style I really enjoy so it’s not just a bunch of hokey bullshit that gets lost in the shuffle where it’s just like, ‘Alright, well we’ll have this person do some fuckin’ conga line’ or something like that.”
“I feel like MLW invests in every single person that is on the roster and it’s so refreshing and nice and I said this the other day that it’s like watching Fusion right now, there one of the few companies that are doing this type of no fans taping and I haven’t missed there not being fans there because the product is so good and just like the ambience of it is so nice that it doesn’t feel awkward.”
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