Nigel McGuinness: “Creatively, absolutely I consider my career a tremendous success”
Nigel McGuinness recently spoke with The LAW on his transition from the ring to behind the mic as a commentator as well as his documentary he is working on, being a leader for younger talent in the locker room and more. Below is an except from the chat:
On classifying his career as ‘successful’:
Creatively, absolutely I consider my career a tremendous success. I got to wrestle all over the world with some of the best wrestlers in the world. On some great stages as well; I wrestled Kurt Angle in TNA in a pay-per-view main event, which was just a fantastic main event. To wrestle in Japan in Korakuen Hall, to wrestle in Wembley Arena in London in front of eight thousand fans, where I went when I was fifteen years old and dreamt of being a wrestler. Creatively, absolutely, I don’t think anyone could say it was a failure. Financially, you could argue that maybe it wasn’t quite so successful.
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