Keith Lee on working empty arenas and his character on television

Apr 30, 2020 - by Steve Gerweck

– Lee talks about working in empty arenas:

“I feel like there’s always going to be a void when there’s not a lot of fans there. It makes you more aware of the more difficult portions of matches and the more painful portions of matches. I also think that I don’t think I’ll ever adjust to it because I have such an appreciation for what fans bring to a match, It’s something that I am trying to adjust to. It forces me to take myself to a different level as an athlete in order to fulfill what is missing, At the end of the day, I am and I will continue to miss them.” (PWinsider)

– Lee talks about his character on television:

“My character represents a lot of my life growing up, but also my experience in entertainment as a whole. Being told no so many times, being denied, turned down, shut down, talked down and never giving up. That’s kind of the premise that ‘Limitless’ was. Some have applied it to my in-ring ability, but for me it’s a way of life, a mentality, something to help keep one’s mental fortitude intact while they are going through tough times.” (Yahoo Sports)

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